I started taking Social Security about 6 months ago when I turned 63 to help supplement my husbands disability payments.
Now I have some Real Estate commissions coming in and will exceed the earnings limit for Social Security.
Should I keep receiving the reduced benefits?
Take a Do-Over?
or Suspend benefits?
Any advice would help
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Kefexen; I think the lack of response to your very valid question is that you haven't given us enough info. Perhaps you could expand upon your situation with more details. What are your annual income streams? Expenses? Do you expect additional recurring RE income or is this a one time occurrence? What are your assets and what is your WR? The more you can share of your circumstances the more likely others will feel they can respond.
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