Working after Receiving Social Security at Age 62

There are sound financial reasons for waiting to your full retirement age to claim Social Security retirement benefits.  Delaying Social Security until age 70 can enhance those benefits even more.  Nevertheless, many baby boomers will determine that they must or should begin receiving benefits at age 62. Unfortunately, many retirees also decide to stop working as soon as they begin receiving Social Security. This decision is often based on an incorrect understanding of how other income will affect your Social Security benefits overall. [Read more...]