How the age you retire changes your Social Security benefits on a $40,000 salary

You can receive Social Security benefits at 62, but you'll only get the most money if you wait until your full retirement age to collect. Here's how much you can expect to receive for your monthly Social Security benefit if you make $40,000 a year — broken down by age.
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Fri, Feb 14 202010:01 AM EST
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