My wife is receiving Social Security of $1,036 at 62. She is also earning $1,000 monthly part time. She works 20 hours per week. She began Social Security in July. The husband is working and 53.
With the numbers you share there shouldn’t be an issue. There’s lot of good stuff at this link: https://www.ssa.gov/pubs/, but I believe that she can earn something like $15,400 per year before they would start to reduce her benefits. Once she gets to Full Retirement Age which is probably around age 66 (there’s a sliding scale) then there is no penalty at any earning level.
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