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social security at 62 as an investment??
posted at October 25, 2011 9:03 PM EDT
First: October 25, 2011
Last: October 25, 2011
|I work full time at a credit union and will be 62 next month. One of our members came in last week and told me that I can start taking soc sec now, keep working my full time,and could keep all the checks I receive to invest as I choose up until the time I gross $14,000 for the year at my current job. Then, they said I'm aloud to send back the rest of my monthly checks for the year to soc sec ,they would deposit the money back in my money pool, and at age 66 I would start getting a larger amount for my full retirement age. Is this true? Has anyone out there ever heard of this??|