Railroad Retirement & Social Security

Can I Draw Railroad Retirement At 65 And Still Earn Delayed Retirement Credits On My Social Security?

If I worked in social security employment for 23 years then work in Railroad employment for the last 22 years and retire at age 65, full retirement age 67, and I begin drawing my railroad at age 65 with 22 years of railroad employment can I earn delayed retirement credits for social security up until age 70 and at that time have social security certify those credits to the RR board and get an Increase in benefit from the RR board?

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Can My Railroad Earnings Be Used To Calculate My Social Security Benefit?

I worked under RRB for a short period of time in 1985 and 1986 and am retired on Social Security. According to the Certificate of Service Months and Compensation forms I recently found I have 14 months and $18, 509.48 Total creditable compensation. Can this be used for Social Security wages or retirement wages.

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Can I Start Out Drawing Railroad Spousal Benefits And Later File For My Social Security Benefits?

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My husband worked for the railroad for 16 years but also worked in the private sector paying social security tax. He is eligible for tier 1 and 2. If he takes that, can I take half of his and then apply for my own full social security at a later date and will it still continue to increase while I am taking half of his?

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Can I Collect My Deceased Husband's Social Security And My Railroad Retirement Benefits?

I am 56 years old. I have worked at the railroad for 20 years, and plan on retiring with full pension at the age of 66, because that is when I'll have my 30 years in. I am a widow, my husband died 13 years ago, and he paid into social security. I have not been remarried. My question is: How do I collect his social security? Can I do it before age of 66? Can I collect while I'm still working for the railroad? Can I collect social security and RRB benefits?

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I'm sorry for your loss.

If My Wife Files For Railroad Spousal Benefits At Age 64 Could She Still Get Her Full Social Security Benefit At Age 70?

I am 70 years old and was retired 9-1-1999 on a disability retirement after 29 years service on the railroad. My spouse would like to retire at age 64 which would be in April 2019 and apply for her railroad spouse pension which is less than what her Social Security would be and than wait til age 70 to apply for the S.S.benefits, would she receive full S.S. benefits? And what if any amount would her R.R.B. benefits be reduced?

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