Social Security Recipients 65 - 69 Will No Longer Have Earnings Limits
On April 7, 2000 the President Clinton removed earnings limits, effective back to 12/31/1999.
Before the repeal of the limit, Social Security recipients aged 65 - 69 would lose benefits if their earnings exceeded a limit, currently at $17,000. The senior would lose $1 in benefits for every $3 in earnings over the limit.
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