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Drawing Social Security at 64 While Still Employed by the Railroad
(Posted April 26, 2012)
Question 870: Can I draw Social Security at 64 while still working for the railroad?
Answer: You can receive Social Security while still employed by the railroad, but your benefits will be reduced if you earn more than the annual earnings limit. For 2012, the limit is $14,640.
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