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What is the maximum social security benefit?

Your personal maximum social security benefit will vary based on the income level you achieved throughout your working career. If by the age of 22, you were contributing the maximum amount possible to social security and are scheduled to retire at the age of 65 in 2015, the year when this message was written, you would receive $2,452 monthly.

If you retire earlier, as early as 62 years old, you will receive a reduction in benefits. If you retire later, as late as 70 years old, you will receive an increase in benefits.

If you would like to calculate your own potential maximum social security benefits, you can access the Social Security Detailed Calculator provided by the official US social security website.

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