If you have worked long enough and paid into the Social Security system, then you will be eligible to receive benefits when you stop working. It is important to understand that if you have any outstanding federal debt such as student loans or tax debt, or civil judgements against you, such as being delinquent in child support, then your Social Security benefits could be garnished. In a worst case scenario, if you find yourself in one of the aforementioned situations, at least you can request a payment plan with the agency to which you are indebted.Previous Next
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