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If you are eligible for benefits other than Social Security income, apply for such benefits, what a fact, if any, does that have on your Social Security income course
Thanks for contacting us. Assuming you are referring to your Social Security retirement benefit, please note that the there are only two key things that determine what your Social Security retirement benefit will be:
1. The average monthly amount of money you earned over your lifetime, and,
2. How old you are when you claim benefits.
Other benefits generally do not have an effect on the amount you’ve earned as a retirement benefit.
If I have misunderstood your question, please contact our Social Security Advisory Service at 888-750-2622.
Gerry Hafer AMAC Foundation
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