When a person dies and they're drawing SSI does Social Security always take it all back
I'm on an installment plan. When I pay off the $10.000 behind back social security taxes that I owe, will my social security benefits increase?
I told you of my experience with Social Security attempting to suspend my benefit for several months until I am 70 in March.
My wife just turned 65 (yesterday) and has applied for social security and I also applied for spousal benefits off of her. I just logged into my account and see that "Your Social Security Statement" does not come up. I am planning to let my benefits ride until I turn 70. So why cant I see the total month to month any more. The last one that I had printed was from Feb of this year. I searched all over the SS website for that total and cant seem to find it. Can you help me?
I have been receiving my husband's social security benefit since 2013 while I am still working. If I resign from the job I am currently serving on will I have to report this information to the Railroad Retirement Board?
I am a male born in 1955 and am currently applying for my SS retirement benefit. A few weeks after making my application online I received an email from the SSA saying I needed to talk to an intake agent before my application could be further processed. When I contacted the agent the reason was that they wanted me to take my benefit 4 months earlier than I requested. The agent actually implied that I was stupid for not doing this and "was leaving money on the table". WHY would they do this and is this the SSA's normal operating procedure?
How can I get my husbands SS# to file for a divorce?
I retired under poor working conditions in (June)) 2008. Before I retired I was 68 years old drawing my husbands Social Security. Thur Jun I continue to draw SS I was in a pay status drawing on my sick leave. During this time. After I retired SS Requested that I pay that 6 months back. Should I not have been entitled to that due to my being in a pay status? I have often wonder about that. At the time, the poor working conditions had taken a mental toll on me. Please answer if you can my email. As I am hearing impaired.
My boyfriend of 12 years doesn't want to marry me because he claims he will make more in social security payments as a single person. Is this factual or an avoidance tactic?
Politicians and financial advisers all state to not worry about Social Security failing. That Congress will intervene and save SS. However, I am 59 and am deeply troubled that SS will not exist in “any form” for me to rely on it. I have no pension. So feel that I must save fully to ensure my retirement to age 95. Very daunting with low rates.