US Social Security offices assign Social Security numbers to U.S. Citizens, maintain earnings records for workers under their Social Security numbers and administrate the Supplemental Security Income program for the aged, blind and disabled. You can visit your local SS office and apply for your monthly retirement, survivor or disability cash benefits for which you qualify.
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Q) I applied to get a new Social Securtiy card through the website. I paid $49 and now I read where I can get one free if my card was stolen. Not only did I pay for $49 for the information to mail in the card, I sent documentation along with the $49 postage and it wasContinue Reading
Q) I am 62. Do I have to apply for my Social Security Benefits. If I decided to return to my country,do I have to be in American.- country of residency -INDIA. A) You do not have to be in America to receive your Social Security retirement benefits. According to Social Security Administration – You canContinue Reading
Q) How much extra income a month can I earn if I try and work part-time while drawing disability? A) “Social Security has special rules called work incentives that allow you to test your ability to work and still receive monthly” According to Social Security Administration Social Security pays benefits to people who cannot work becauseContinue Reading
Q) If you are working can you still collect disability A) “Social Security has special rules called work incentives that allow you to test your ability to work and still receive monthly Social Security disability benefits.” According to Social Security Administration – Social Security pays benefits to people who cannot work because they have a medical condition thatContinue Reading
Q) I would like to drop the Medicare B. May I have the information on how to accomplish this? 432-***-**** if you need to call. A) If you do not want Medicare Part B, follow the instructions that come with your Medicare Part B card. You will need to send back the Part B card. You canContinue Reading
Q) hey i will like to know why my social security says that im under 18 and ill turn 23 on Sunday? A) According to Social Security Administration; To change the information on your Social Security number record (i.e., a name or citizenship change, or corrected date of birth) you must provide documents to prove your identity,Continue Reading
Q) I am trying to become my own payee, as I am fully physically and mentally capable of handling, as my neurologist will state. My sister who is my present payee, as well as my dad before her, have done poor jobs in being my payee, so I want to be my own payee. SheContinue Reading
Q) How may I apply for a survivor’s benefit money due to my wife’s death? A) According to the Social Security Administration – How you sign up for survivors benefits depends on whether or not you are getting other Social Security benefits at the time you apply. If you are getting benefits on your spouse’s or parent’sContinue Reading
Q) How much does it cost for a social security card or is it free? A) The Social Security Administration does not charge for a Social Security card. Some private companies, not affiliated with Social Security or any other government agency, charge fees for this service. However, these companies offer no advantage and you will have toContinue Reading
Q) I will be 65 In February 2014 and wish to apply for SS retirement. How soon should I submit my application to your office. A) According to Social Security Administration – You can apply for your benefits 3 months before you turn 62 if you want your payments to start at that age. Social Security AdministrationContinue Reading
Q) I receive a pension check from the State of MN each month in excess of three thousand dollars. It is my understand that I make to much money to collect social security until age 66. Also I am still working & I have excellent health benefits through my employer. Can I delay going on MedicareContinue Reading
Q) How do I change my direct deposit to another bank from the one I have now? A) According to the Social Security Administration – You can start, change or cancel your direct deposit by: Using Social Security Direct Deposit(Only retirement, disability, or survivors benefits recipients may use this option); or Calling us at 1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778)Continue Reading
Q) Can I claim my elder mother who has dementia and I’m the caregiver, for social security benefit? A) According to Social Security Administration you can apply to become a Payee for your elderly mother – A representative payee is an individual or organization appointed by SSA to receive Social Security and/or SSI benefits for someone whoContinue Reading
Q) I visited Bloomington Minnesota’s SS office on July 11, 2014 to enroll in benefits, including Medicare Part B. I was told Medicare Part B would start September 2014. First SS check would be November. Wondering when I will receive my updated Part A & B Medicare card, and when this will appear, or beContinue Reading
Q) Last Month i received a Social Security deposit that was not normal to what i normally get on the first month & i need to know where i need to go to check it to make sure its legit as i know this amount is probably a mistake by the SSI … though i can notContinue Reading
Q) L****** D***** G**** lives in holland michigan but he claims social security in California to get more money. I think he gives the address of 4*** w s** j*** Dr, Fresno California he takes a train out there too California goes into the ss office and gives them a California address then gets backContinue Reading
Q) I am a retired U.S citizen living abroad. I was legally married six years ago to a foreign national woman from China who has 2 dependent children. I would like to be able to include her and the children on my US tax return, as legal deductions. How do I go about applying for eitherContinue Reading
Q) Me and my husband draw disability social security. My son draws from his father. He is almost 16 and wants to get a part time after school job. Will this affect his check he draws off of his fathers social security? A) Social Security benefits stop when your child reaches age 18 unless your child isContinue Reading
Q) I changed banks and need to let social security know the name and number of account so they can direct deposit the check. A) CHANGING RECEIVING FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS The payee’s Direct Deposit will continue to be received by the selected financial institution until the Government agency is notified by the payee that the payee wishes toContinue Reading
Q) trying to apply for a social security card. A) According to Social Security Administration; You can replace your card for free if it is lost or stolen. However, you are limited to three replacement cards in a year and 10 during your lifetime. Legal name changes and other exceptions do not count toward these limits. ForContinue Reading
Q) How do I change my address with social security? A) According to Social Security website – You can view or update your contact information (e.g. change your address) of record via the My Profile Tab on my Social Security. In addition, you can decide when your change of address will take effect. Who can update theirContinue Reading
Q) how do i change my home phone number with social security disability A) According to the Social Security Administration: If you receive benefits, you can: Use a my Social Security online account to: Get your benefit verification letter; Check your benefit and payment information and your earnings record; Change your address and phone number; and StartContinue Reading
Q) I’m currently drawing social security benefits and I’m 18 years old. I’m receiving benefits because my dad receives social security and I’ve been in high school and just graduated June 13, 2014. I’m attending college this fall will my benefits continue while I’m in college?Lara N********** A) According to Social Security Administration: YOUR BENEFITS WILL AUTOMATICALLYContinue Reading
Q) When I got married my husband was not a citizen, I never took his name because when he came to America his last name was not on his documents correctly. He became a citizen then his name was corrected now I want to change my name from my maiden how do I do that. A) AccordingContinue Reading
Q) My son has returned to work last week after being on total disability for about two years. His child was receiving support, with a check being sent from SS to the mother. The check usually arrived the 8th of the month. All correct paperwork was filed with the local SS office in May orContinue Reading
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You must file a Social Security application to: Become entitled to benefits, including Medicare;.. or Become eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments..
If you find that you need help completing your application, any Social Security office will provide assistance free of charge. If you cannot go to the Social Security office ......
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