Q: I retired and filed for my Social Security benefits when I was 62 years old. I am now a couple months away from my 63rd birthday, and I've decided I can't live on my Social Security check. So I plan to go back to work full-time. I called Social Security and told them I wanted to withdraw my retirement claim. They sent me a form to sign, but told me I would have to repay all the benefits I've received in the last 10 months. This will be a hardship for me. But I don't ...
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