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I still don't get the idea. All the caculation on SSA page is assuming that I keep working and earning what I am currently earning until a certain age not for stop working but waiting until centain age....
MarkQ40246 12-24-2019 02:09 PM
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I can see my benefit is about $3000 at age 67 if I keep earning around $128000 annually.What if I stop working at 62 and just wait (not working) until 67: how can I caculate the benefit at 67? thanks
MarkQ40246 12-24-2019 10:13 AM
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I still don't get the idea. All the caculation on SSA page is assuming that I keep working and earning what I am currently earning until a certain age not for stop working but waiting until centain age....
MarkQ40246 12-24-2019 02:09 PM
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0
Kudos
595
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I can see my benefit is about $3000 at age 67 if I keep earning around $128000 annually.What if I stop working at 62 and just wait (not working) until 67: how can I caculate the benefit at 67? thanks
MarkQ40246 12-24-2019 10:13 AM
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I still don't get the idea. All the caculation on SSA page is assuming that I keep working and earning what I am currently earning until a certain age not for stop working but waiting until centain age....
MarkQ40246 12-24-2019 02:09 PM
1
Reply
0
Kudos
595
Views
I can see my benefit is about $3000 at age 67 if I keep earning around $128000 annually.What if I stop working at 62 and just wait (not working) until 67: how can I caculate the benefit at 67? thanks
MarkQ40246 12-24-2019 10:13 AM
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