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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.
Q) I divorced in April 2013. Does this change the social security benefit amount that I am presently collecting?
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Q) How do I apply for repayment of part B Medicare expenses. Per the Social Security Administration I was advised to contact the state to ask about repayment of the funds taken from my monthly social security benefits to pay for my Part B of Medicare. Thank you.
Q) I became disable in 1991…car accident broke spine c5and c6..didn’t apply because I was living off my husband social security..I’m 42 now and my health has taken a toll on my body..I’m concern and would like to know about my benefit as a widow? Thank you
Q) Please help me! My sister in law is unwell. I am trying to help her get an appointment at Syracuse location. Can NEVER get through to make appointment. Her Social Security checks have been stopped. She can not explain why? She and I need to sit with a SS representative as soon as possible. Is other any way to secure an appointment? Please, please help me help her!

Q) I’ve been getting my social security benefits since April of this year, and now I received a letter in the mail asking me to submit my income again to ensure that you are paying me correctly.. I was told after I turn 66 that I could have as many jobs as I wanted. I first signed up in January and then was notified that I would not receive any back pay from the time that I first signed up. Now I received this letter stating that if I made more than $40,080 you will have to hold back some of my social security. Why? Like I stated, I received my first check in April and now this. Can you explain this to me?

  • A) If you receive SSI and work, you must tell us right away when you start working and you must report your earnings each month.

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  1. If you believe you qualify for an in-person appointment, call your local office. You can look up the phone number for your local office by accessing our office locator. Please note that appointments may not be immediately available, depending on local health and safety conditions and staffing.

    You can also create and use an online my Social Security account to apply for a replacement Social Security card online if you:

    Are a U.S. citizen age 18 or older with a U.S. mailing address (this includes APO, FPO, and DPO addresses);
    Are not requesting a name change or any other change to your card; and
    Have a driver’s license or state-issued identification card from one of the many participating states or the District of Columbia.

    For your Birth Certificate you may request a certified copy from your local county office or the State Office of Vital Records. This request in most states can be made in person, by mail or your online state records website.

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