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Social Security office 50 MCDOWELL STREET WELCH, WV 24801

Welch WV Social Security office at 50 MCDOWELL ST assign Social Security numbers to U.S. Citizens.They also maintains earnings records under workers Social Security numbers and administrates Supplemental Security Income program for the aged, blind and disabled. SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE 50 MCDOWELL STREET WELCH, WV 24801 National Toll-Free 1-800-772-1213 TTY 1-800-325-0778 MON: 09:00 AM – 03:00 PM; TUES: 09:00 AM – 03:00Continue Reading

I HAVE NOT RECEIVED SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFIT, WHAT’S GOING ON.

Q) I HAVE NOT RECEIVED MY AUGUST MONTHLY SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFIT WHICH I USUALLY GET BEFORE THE 20TH OF EACH MONTH. PLEASE: WHAT’S GOING ON. A) You may need to call your local social security office or visit in person.  

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How much can I earn while receiving Social Security

The amount you can earn while receiving Social Security depends on your age. Your earnings in (and after) the month you reach full retirement age will not affect your Social Security benefits. However, your benefit is reduced if your earnings exceed certain limits for the months before you reach your full retirement age. If youContinue Reading

Why you need a Social Security Card

Your first and continuous link with Social Security is your nine-digit Social Security Number. It helps us to maintain an accurate record of your wages or self-employment earnings that are covered under the Social Security Act, and to monitor your record once you start getting Social Security benefits. WHY DO I NEED ONE? You needContinue Reading

When benefits are paid

When does Social Security pay benefits? Social Security pays retirement, disability, and survivor benefits the month following the month in which you earned the benefit.  For example, if you earned a benefit in May, we will pay the benefit in June. The birthday of the person on whose record you receive benefits determines your payment date. Continue Reading

Estimating my Social Security benefits

How can I get an estimate of my Social Security benefits? To get a personalized estimate of your Social Security benefits, use the online at http://www.socialsecurity.gov/estimator/. They also offer other online planners and calculators including the: http://www.socialsecurity.gov/retire2/ http://www.socialsecurity.gov/dibplan/ http://www.socialsecurity.gov/survivorplan/ http://www.socialsecurity.gov/planners/benefitcalculators.htm If you need proof of your Social Security income or benefits, you can get a benefitverification letter at http://www.socialsecurity.gov/myaccount/ online.  

SS Requirements when a claimant files for bankruptcy

Is the representative required to notify Social Security when the claimant or beneficiary has filed for bankruptcy? If the representative knows that the claimant or beneficiary has filed for bankruptcy and that representative is due a fee, the representative should notify Social Security about the claimant or beneficiary’s bankruptcy filing. When Social Security receives notice of the bankruptcy action, we stop all actions to:Continue Reading

Social Security and Medicare tax rates

What are the maximum taxable earnings amounts and the Social Security tax rate for 2013? When you have wages or self-employment income covered by Social Security, you paySocial Security taxes each year up to a maximum amount set by law. For 2013, you will pay Social Security taxes on income below $113,700. You must pay Medicare taxes on all income. Also, beginning in 2013 you must pay 0.9 percent more in MedicareContinue Reading

What does Social Security pay for?

What does Social Security pay for?  Social Security pays retirement, disability, and survivor benefits the month following the month in which you earned the benefit.  For example, if you earned a benefit in May, we will pay the benefit in June. The birthday of the person on whose record you receive benefits determines your payment date. Continue Reading

Tax requirements for SSI benefits

Are Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits taxable? Supplemental Security Income payments are not subject to Federal taxes so you will not receive an annual form SSA-1099. However, if you also receive Social Security benefits, they may be subject to income taxes.  

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This site was created to help US Citizens find their local social security office and provide general Social Security information that is also accessible on the Social Security Website.  

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