En español | Yes. If you exceed the limit, $15,720 for 2015, $1 of your benefits will be withheld for every $2 you make above the limit. You must promptly tell Social Security how much you expect to earn so that the correct amount can be withheld. If you receive more benefits than you're entitled to, you'll have to pay them back. Also, you may have to pay a penalty if you didn't promptly notify Social Security.
submit a question to
Didn’t see the answer to your question? Help us improve the tool by submitting your Social Security question. Go
Search Social Security Q&A Tool
Enter a keyword to get all the answers to your Social Security questions.
Discounts & Benefits
From companies that meet the high standards of service and quality set by AARP.
Members save 10% on monthly usage charges on qualified AT&T wireless plans.
Small business owners save 20% on new installation of any new ADT security system.
Members save 15% on eligible products/services and 5% on UPS shipping at The UPS Store®.
Renew today! Members receive exclusive member benefits & affect social change.