Does your social security payment increase if you keep working?

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YES the monthly amount that you would receive will increase each year by a certain percentage amount until age 70 if you continue working and receiving earned income.
You can find more information about this by going to the website and use the search box for WHEN TO START RECEIVING BENEFITS

At Social Security, we're often asked, "What is the best age to start receiving retirement benefits?" The answer is that there is no one "best age" for everyone and, ultimately, it is your choice. You should make an informed decision about when to apply for benefits based on your individual and family circumstances. We hope the following information will help you understand how Social Security can fit into your retirement decision.
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Can you receive Social Security payments and still work?

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Who do you call if your social security payment is not what it is supposed to be?

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If I work in retirement will my social security benefits continue to increase?

It depends on the benefits you claim and the process of theGoverning body at the time. i..e You may be "means tested" whichwill look at what is earned and deduct that amount f