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Q) I HAVE NOT RECEIVED MY AUGUST MONTHLY SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFIT ....

  • A) Try giving them a call again. Social Security office is always very busy. You may need to visit in person. ...

Q) I divorced.... Does this change the social security benefit..

  • A) Benefits may be payable to a widow or widower with a disability if he or she meets all of the following requirements....

Q) How do I apply for repayment of part B Medicare expenses. Per the Social Security...

  • A) Call Social Security at the toll-free number shown on your over-payment notice and they will set up the billing....

Q) I didn't apply because I was living off my husband social ... like to know.. benefit as a widow?

  • A) Benefits may be payable to a widow or widower with a disability if he or she meets ...

Q) I made more than $40,080, Why they hold back some of my social security?.....

  • A) If you receive Social Security Income and work, you must tell Social Security Administration right away when you start working ..

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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 ......

It generally works to your advantage to file your Social Security application for benefits promptly, even if you are still working. Any delay in filing your SS application may result:.....

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I made a account to get my award letter but it’s not working.

Q) I made a account to get my award letter but it’s not working. A) The benefit verification letter, sometimes called a “benefits letter,” or a “Social Security award letter,” serves as proof of your retirement, disability, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), or Medicare benefits. It also serves as proof that you have applied for benefits… Continue Reading

HI- can I get- a bpqy letter ?

Q) HI- can I get- a bpqy letter ? Thank you A) A Benefits Planning Query (BPQY) provides information about a beneficiary’s disability cash benefits, health insurance, scheduled continuing disability reviews, representative payee, and work history as stored in Social Security Administration’s electronic records. Below are steps you can take to get a copy of… Continue Reading

What are the requirements to retire?

Q) What are the requirements to retire? A) According to the Social Security Administration: Full retirement age is the age at which a person may first become entitled to full or unreduced retirement benefits. If your full retirement age is older than 65 (that is, you were born after 1937), you still will be able… Continue Reading

city offered a 457b deferred compensation..Will my Social Security benefits be subject to any reduction

Q) I just turned 62. I have 23 years employment paying into SS. I have 16 years working for a city police department that did not pay into social security. Instead the city offered a 457b deferred compensation program in which they contributed 4% of my base salary but no additional money for any overtime… Continue Reading

As my mother’s executor, need to change social security address to mine?

Q) As my mother’s executor, I need to receive her SS income statement at my address in order to file her taxes. How do I change her prior address to mine? A) According the the Social Security Administration: If you get Social Security benefits (retirement, survivors, or disability), you can update your contact information in… Continue Reading

How can I get a award notice from Social Security Administration

Q) How can I get a four page award of notice from Social Security Administration 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… Continue Reading

 I need the name on my child’s SS card to be changed. What documentation would I need to bring with me?

Q) I need the name on my child’s SS card to be changed. What documentation would I need to bring with me? we have a NH legal name change letter already. Anything else? A) According to the Social Security Website: To change your name on your card, you must show us documents proving your legal name change… Continue Reading

Need a Benefits letter

Q) Need a Benefits letter A) According to Social Security Administration You can use a my Social Security online account to: Get your benefit verification letter or (BUDGET LETTER); Check your benefit and payment information and your earnings record; Change your address and phone number; and Start or change direct deposit of your benefit payment. If you… Continue Reading

I’m disabled I receive SSA benefits if my children’s dad is also disabled is my child eligible to receive benefits

Q) I’m disabled I receive SSA benefits if my children’s dad is also disabled is my child eligible to receive benefits A) With both you and your child’s dad being disabled it can be very difficult emotionally financially. The Social Security Administration does provides financial disability benefits in cases when a disability disrupts the ability of an… Continue Reading

What paperwork do I need to send to the Social Security office with my W-4V form?

Q) What paperwork do I need to send to the Social Security office with my W-4V form? A) According to the IRS: you may use the W-4V form to ask the payer to withhold federal income tax. Unemployment compensation (including Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act (RUIA) payments), Social security benefits, Social security equivalent Tier 1 railroad retirement benefits,… Continue Reading

My husband and I gained legal guardianship of our grand kids. Father died, mother incarcerated. How do we get their benefits?

Q) My husband and I have gained legal guardianship of our 3 grand kids. Our son died October 24th, 2016 and his children are receiving death benefits through their mother. Their mother is now incarcerated in AZ and says the money will continue to load onto her debit card each month and she will use it… Continue Reading

 I filled out a W-4V form and would like to know if I can mail it to any social security office.

Q) I filled out a W-4V form and would like to know if I can mail it to any social security office. A) According to IRS website (states on form W-4V) For withholding on social security benefits, give or send the completed Form W-4V to your local Social Security Administration office. Source: https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw4v.pdf Continue Reading

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