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Will Social Security Recalculate My WEP Reduction If I Have Additional Substantial Earnings Years?

I am subject to WEP. I am drawing teacher retirement. I have 21 years of substantial earnings (stopped teaching at age 46--worked as CPA for over 20 years) I wish to start my SS benefits this November. I will be 68. I will continue to report substantial earnings for 2-3 more years. Will the SSA recalculate my increase in substantial earnings related to WEP, or do I need to ask them to do that. I know they will recalculate for a new PIA if that applies and it probably should. I understand that SSA does its recalculations to be effective in January each year. Thank you.

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Tuesday, April 28, 2020 - 15:41
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