WASHINGTON - Community bankers expect to cash in on the impending repeal of the Social Security earnings penalty.

Working people 65 to 69 now lose $1 of Social Security benefits for every $3 they earn above a $17,000 threshold. But the House and last week the Senate have unanimously approved a repeal bill, and President Clinton has said he will sign it.

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