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I filed in April, less than a month before I turned 62.  I live Richmond.  My question is whether to take a day's leave and go in person or write and ask for reconcideration or call for an appointment.  I work about two hours away during the week so ...
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Exept i won't be working. i'll be retired.
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I turned 62 in may and applied for SS in July, when I retire.  The SS sent me a letter saying they wouldn't pay me because I've made too much money this year.  But the SS says there is a special rule that allows people like me to collect without pena...
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But the SS brochure states that there is one year special rule that allows people retiring under the FRA to collect the full amount due if they don't earn more than $1420 a month.  
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I applied for Social Security benefits starting after retire at 62.  They said they would not pay me because I'd made too much money this year, but I've read that there is a one-year exception for people like me.How do I dispute this?  My wife wants ...
rp68022582 05-12-2018 04:16 PM
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I filed in April, less than a month before I turned 62.  I live Richmond.  My question is whether to take a day's leave and go in person or write and ask for reconcideration or call for an appointment.  I work about two hours away during the week so ...
rp68022582 05-13-2018 06:45 AM
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Exept i won't be working. i'll be retired.
rp68022582 05-12-2018 07:32 PM
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I turned 62 in may and applied for SS in July, when I retire.  The SS sent me a letter saying they wouldn't pay me because I've made too much money this year.  But the SS says there is a special rule that allows people like me to collect without pena...
rp68022582 05-12-2018 04:41 PM
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But the SS brochure states that there is one year special rule that allows people retiring under the FRA to collect the full amount due if they don't earn more than $1420 a month.  
rp68022582 05-12-2018 04:35 PM
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I applied for Social Security benefits starting after retire at 62.  They said they would not pay me because I'd made too much money this year, but I've read that there is a one-year exception for people like me.How do I dispute this?  My wife wants ...
rp68022582 05-12-2018 04:16 PM
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I filed in April, less than a month before I turned 62.  I live Richmond.  My question is whether to take a day's leave and go in person or write and ask for reconcideration or call for an appointment.  I work about two hours away during the week so ...
rp68022582 05-13-2018 06:45 AM
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Exept i won't be working. i'll be retired.
rp68022582 05-12-2018 07:32 PM
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I turned 62 in may and applied for SS in July, when I retire.  The SS sent me a letter saying they wouldn't pay me because I've made too much money this year.  But the SS says there is a special rule that allows people like me to collect without pena...
rp68022582 05-12-2018 04:41 PM
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But the SS brochure states that there is one year special rule that allows people retiring under the FRA to collect the full amount due if they don't earn more than $1420 a month.  
rp68022582 05-12-2018 04:35 PM
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I applied for Social Security benefits starting after retire at 62.  They said they would not pay me because I'd made too much money this year, but I've read that there is a one-year exception for people like me.How do I dispute this?  My wife wants ...
rp68022582 05-12-2018 04:16 PM
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