Is it possible to receive a social security benefit of 25000 dlrs. per year?

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Yes, but... According to the Social Security Administration, the maximum benefit for a worker retiring at full retirement age is $2,116 per month in 2007. That is $25,392 per year. So the answer is yes. However, in order to receive that benefit, one must have had an annual income at or near the taxable maximum in the years leading up to retirement ($94,200 in 2006).
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