En español | No. Social Security counts 401(k) contributions as earnings and includes them in the Retirement Earnings Test. It also counts wages made from a job or net profit if self-employed, including bonuses, commissions and vacation pay. It does not count pensions, annuities, investment income, interest, veterans or other government or military retirement benefits.
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