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On Disability and on Facebook? Uncle Sam Wants to Watch What You Post

On Disability and on Facebook? Uncle Sam Wants to Watch What You Post In its budget request to Congress last year, Social Security said it would study whether to expand the use of social media networks in disability determinations, partly to help identify fraud.CreditMark Abramson for The New York Times In its budget request to […]

Posted on: March 12, 2019 in Tips for Claimants | No Comments Continue Reading

Social Security Benefits: Don’t Forget The Kids

Tom R. Hager Contributor for Forbes.com. Posted on May 7, 2018.  Who thinks of children when talking about Social Security? It may not be a common word association, but perhaps it should be. The Social Security Administration (SSA) reported that, in 2017, it distributed $2.6 billion dollars each month to benefit 4.2 million children because one […]

Posted on: October 10, 2018 in Tips for Claimants | No Comments Continue Reading

Social Security: Beat procrastination by changing your direct deposit early

By Nicole Tiggemann , Social Security spokesperson. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC on fltimes.com With our busy lives, it is easy to fall into that cycle of constantly postponing some tasks because of other things we need to address right now. This may be true for you when it comes to changing your payment method […]

Posted on: September 24, 2018 in Tips for Claimants | No Comments Continue Reading

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