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Social Security offset for state employment and calculation of Social Security benefits for a state worker

When I retire, will my Social Security benefits be calculated using -0- for each of the last 6 years of non-Social Security employment with the State of Maine?

If I am collecting Social Security at age 62 and I work for the State of Maine, a non Social Security paying agency, will I be docked any amount of Social Security if I earn these non-Social Security wages?


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Good Article on Social Security Benefits for Divorced People

This is a good article which outlines Social Security benefits for divorced people. The article refers to "divorced women", but it also applies to divorced men (especially if the woman had higher earnings).

Excerpt :

The law says a divorced woman, who was married to her ex-husband for a minimum of 10 years, is due essentially the same benefits as a woman who is currently married to her husband.


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