"If you're getting social security benefits, and you're either below full retirement age or after retirement age, you need to know how social security is taxed relative to your earned income," advised  Retirement Daily's Robert Powell. 

He says "If you're below full retirement age and you're earning income, social security will deduct $1 for ever $2 you earn above a certain threshold. For 2019, that threshold is $17,640. So, let's give you a for instance, if you are earning $20,000 that means you are $2,360 above the threshold... Social security will deduct $1,180 from your benefit leaving you with a net benefit of $820."

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So, what happens if you are above retirement age and you keep working? Powell breaks it down in the video above.

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