Retirement Planning/Increase Social Security


Retired, 2007, at age 66 and took full SS. Have been working, starting in 2007, and have been earning more then 35 years ago. Is it possible to reevaluate SS with all this new earnings replacing earlier years?

Richard E. Reyes, CFP
Richard E. Reyes, CFP  
Thanks for your question and Happy New Year. Your social security will adjust automatically over the next few years as you continue to work and contribute into social security. You might want to head to a Social Security office or go online and check your benefit statement to make sure contributions are continuing to be made.


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