'How does Social Security work with Railroad Retirement benefits?

Security work with Railroad Retirement benefits?

Does Social

Security put in the money I paid into Social Security for 24 years in my Railroad

For Social Security

retirement benefits, eligibility is generally based on work history, she said

You would

need 40 quarters or 10 years to qualify for benefits, which you can start to take at

“You would qualify

because you worked and paid into Social Security for 24 years and you’re over 62,”

She said Railroad

Retirement benefits are also based on your work history

You need to

have more than 10 years, or 120 service months, of railroad industry work or at least

“If you are

eligible for dual benefits, then the Social Security Administration determines how much is based

“The railroad

benefit is reduced by this amount and a combined benefit is paid

Tier 1 uses

total Railroad and Social Security earnings credits, she said, and it gives an estimate of

Tier 2 is

only based on your railroad earnings, she said, and it is not reduced because you

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