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SSI is a Federal income supplement program

social securitySupplemental Security Income (SSI) is a Federal income supplement program funded by general tax revenues (not Social Security taxes): It is designed to help aged, blind, and disabled people, who have little or no income; and It provides cash to meet basic needs for food, clothing, and shelter.

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  1. Yes I am just checking up on my SSI CASE. I have being waiting not for 60 days for my case and nothing yet. I have being off work now for 21/2 months and I have no income coming in at this moment,and my Bills and Rent are way behind right now! I will be getting ready to be put out after while, and no place else to go. It was told to me , that it would only take 90 days for this to go threw.

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How can I get Direct Deposit of my SSDI Checks into a new checking account

Q) How can I get Direct Deposit of my SSDI Checks into a new checking account after having a Direct Express card for quite awhile?? 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…Continue Reading

I want to calculate my Social Security Retirement benefits

Q) I want to calculate my Social Security Retirement benefits A) According to Social Security Administration – The Retirement Estimator gives estimates based on your actual Social Security earnings record. Please keep in mind that these are just estimates. We can’t provide your actual benefit amount until you apply for benefits. And that amount may differ from…Continue Reading

I want information on my daughters social security death benefits.

Q) I want information on my daughters social security death benefits. How do I go about getting it. Jennifer C……. A) Social Security should be notified as soon as possible when a person dies. In most cases, the funeral director will report the person’s death to Social Security. You will need to furnish the funeral director with the deceased’s Social…Continue Reading

If I work after retiring, will my benefits increase since additional points have been earned?

Q) If I work after retiring, will my benefits increase since additional points have been earned? A) According to Social Security administration: If you choose to work beyond your full retirement age, you have two options: You can work and get full retirement benefits no matter how much you earn, or You can delay getting retirement benefits…Continue Reading

Where can I find Social Security Card application online?

Q) I called my local Social Security office and asked about changing my name after getting married. I was told to apply for a new card and that I could download the application online. Where can I find this application? A) According to The Social Security Administration: Applying for a Social Security Card is free! USE THIS APPLICATION TO:…Continue Reading

how do I change my address for social security

Q) how do I change my address for 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 their…Continue Reading

How do I report a death?

Q) How do I report a death? A) Social Security Administration should be notified as soon as possible when a person dies. In most cases, the funeral director will report the person’s death to Social Security. You will need to furnish the funeral director with the deceased’s Social Security number so he or she can make the…Continue Reading

My children’s social security cards stolen, can I apply for new numbers for them?

Q) My purse was stolen which had my children’s social security cards, can I apply for new numbers for them? A) According to the Social Security Administration – You can replace your Social Security card for free if it is lost or stolen. However, you may not need to get a replacement card. Knowing your Social Security…Continue Reading

$255 social security death benefit, will that go to the surviving spouse automatically?

Q) Does the surviving spouse of a worker, married at the time of death and living with the worker at the time death, and both collecting social security prior to the time of death [the surviving spouse, a wife, has already received notice from SSA that she will begin receiving her monthly widow’s benefits] have to…Continue Reading

I would like a letter stating my social security benefits.

Q) I would like a letter stating my social security benefits. A) The benefit verification letter shows your monthly benefit amount. You can get your benefit verification letter online, or request it by telephone. It is often used to: Apply for a loan; Give to a landlord; Obtain housing assistance, or other state or local benefits; Verify Medicare health…Continue Reading

I want to change my payee to my mom.

Q) I want to change my payee to my mom. A) According to the Social Security Administration – A representative payee is an individual or organization appointed by SSA to receive Social Security and/or SSI benefits for someone who cannot manage or direct someone else to manage his or her money. The main responsibilities of a payee…Continue Reading

Could I go to an office and get my social security number instead of getting it in mail?

Q) Could I go to an office and get my social security number instead of waiting for it to come in the mail? A) According to the Social Security Administration: We will mail your number and card as soon as we have all of your information and have verified your documents with the issuing offices. http://www.socialsecurity.gov/pubs/EN-05-10002.pdfContinue Reading

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