Social Security Disability Definitions
Social Security Disability and SSI Overview
The Requirements for Disability
Social Security Disability and SSI Applications
Tips and Advice for Disability Claims
How long does Disability take?
Common Mistakes after Receiving a Disability Denial
Disability Denials and Filing Appeals
Social Security Mental Disability Benefits
Disability Benefits offered through Social Security
Benefits through SSI disability
Disability Benefits for Children
Disability Qualifications and How to Qualify
Social Security Disability and Working
Winning your Disability Benefits
Social Security Back Pay and the disability award notice
Disability Lawyers and Hiring an Attorney
Social Security Disability SSI List of Conditions
What is considered a Disabling condition by Social Security?
Social Security Disability SSI and Medical Evidence
Filing for Disability Benefits
Eligibility for Disability Benefits
SSDRC authored by Tim Moore
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What determines how much I can get in Social security retirement benefits ?
A Social Security retirement full benefit amount is a computational amount that is based on an individual’s best thirty-five years of earnings. Once a retirement full benefit amount has been computed and established, an individual's age of entitlement (in other words, when they actually go on retirement) will determine the specific monthly benefit amount they will receive .
Retirees who elect to receive their retirement benefits early will have their monthly benefit amount reduced by ˝ percent for each month prior to full retirement age. Consequently, an individual who chooses to receive an early retirement benefit will usually receive about 76.7 percent of their full monthly retirement benefit.
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