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Do you need to report your work activity performed outside the U.S.?
If you are under full retirement age and receive retirement benefits or receive disability benefits as the worker, spouse, survivor or dependent of a worker, you must file a report with us if you become employed for 45 hours or more per month or become self-employed outside the U.S. You must file the report before you accept benefits for the second month following the month in which you worked. Report employment or self employment to the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate if you are outside the United States.
Last Revised: Sep. 10, 2007
- What is the penalty for your failure to report foreign work?
- Trial Work Period
- The Foreign Work Test
- Annual Report of Earnings
- When an Application for Widow(er)'s Insurance Benefits is Not Required
- Are benefits of those entitled to benefits on your earnings record affected when you do not file your annual report on time?
- What events must you report to the Social Security Administration?
- Number of Additional Benefits Lost for Failure to Report on Time
- Delay in Filing Annual Report
- When is the annual report of earnings due?
- When do disabled workers' benefits end?
- When are you NOT charged for excess earnings?
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