Q. I retired from the Social Security Administration in 2002 with 32 years of service under CSRS. I didn’t work long enough in the private sector to qualify for Social Security at age 62. I’m 63 now and would like to work part-time. Am I still subject to possible offset of my pension if I qualify for Social Security, and are there limits to how much I’m allowed to earn?
A. Going to work would not affect your annuity, regardless of how much you earned.