I filed for retirement benefits in 2017 at 62. I stopped them four months later and paid back all monies. This July 2019 I saw $4,720 was placed in my checking account from the Social Security. A few weeks on Aug. 3rd another payment of $620 was directly deposited. I looked on Mysocial security online page and I saw a benefit letter showing how much I would make if I retired at different dates, etc. Also, that I was being paid $620 a month.
Moving out of country what do I do about as?
I work full time but qualify for medical assistance since I just turned 65 I was told by the welfare dept that I must take social security money. I want to continue to work and get my full benfits when I turn 66. they/welfare/ are saying that I have to take partial benfits now and I cant wait until my full retirement age.is this legal I don't want to take the money I want to wait until im 66. help me im scared.
My wife passed away from cancer 28 months ago, she was 68 and I am 61. She started collecting social security at 62 and we were getting 450. A month . After she passed away I have stopped receiving her social security ,
I am wondering is that correct? I will be working at least another 6 years , should I still be receiving her social security
I'm sorry for your loss.
Hi Larry, as a single person can I file and suspend at 66, and then at a later date (68 for instance) un-suspend and ask for a lump-sum back payment on the 24 months from 66 to 68? I've read that if I did this, I could not request any back payment. Instead, I've also read that if don't apply for SSA at 66 and then apply at 69 (for instance) I can only request up to six months of back payments. I've read many conflicting comments on this. Thanks for any clarity you can provide.
can benifits be attached for back taxes
Yes, Social Security benefits can be garnished to collect delinquent federal income taxes, but in most cases the rate of garnishment is limited to 15% of the debtor's benefit rate.
Hi Larry...I am the executor of my brother's estate. I need to report his death ... and any forms I need, please send.
I'm sorry for your loss.
There's no specific Social Security form used to report a death. You can report your brother's death to Social Security by calling 1-800-772-1213 (https://www.ssa.gov/benefits/survivors/).
will my earnings affect my social security benefits after 70 ?
There is no limit on how much you can earn and still draw your Social Security benefits once you reach full retirement age (FRA). So, earnings after age 70 wouldn't affect your ability to receive benefits.
can I receive social security benefits at 55 since ive fallen under hardship
No, not unless you're disabled or you have a child in your care who's eligible for Social Security benefits.
I just received a robo call regarding my social security. The caller said that my SS benefits were suspended because of suspicious activity on my account and asked me to call back. Does SS admin make these types of phone calls?