Even if you have reached full retirement age and make enough money your SS will be taxed of amount over the thresh hold.
This is from the statement S/S sent to me a couple of weeks ago....
I am including for possible clarity for some. IMPORTANT INFORMATION
What If I Work In 2018
If you are at full retirement age ( now age 66) or older for all of 2018, you may keep all f your benefits no matter how much you earn.
If you are younger then retirement age at any time in 2018, there is a limit to how much you can earn before we reduce your benefits. Tell us right away if you expect to earn more than the limit, so we can pay you correctly. If we do withhold some of your benefits because you earn over the limit we will pay you a higher monthly benefit when you turn full retirement age.
• The 2018 earnings limit for people under 66 all year is $17,040. We deduct $1 from your benefits in 2018 for each $2 you earn over $17, 040
• The 2018 earnings limit for people turning 66 is $45,360. We deduct $1 from your benefits in 2018 for each $3 you earn over $45,360 until the month you turn age 66.What if I worked in 2017?
If you were under full retirement age in 2017 and worked, we paid benefits based on how much you would make. We will adjust your benefits necessary when your employer reports your earnings on your W-2 form. If your earnings on your 2017 W-2 form(s) include money you earned in another year, please contact us before April 15, 2018, to let us know
• The 2017 earnings limit for people under age 66 all year was $16,920.
• The 2017 earnings limit for people who turned age 66 in 2017 was $44,880