10 Common Questions On Social Security Benefits
If you're nearing retirement or you recently retired, you probably have plenty of questions about Social Security retirement benefits. Here are answers to 10 common queries posted online by the Social Security Administration (SSA).
A. If you're legally changing your name because of marriage, divorce, court order, or for any other reason, promptly notify the SSA and obtain a corrected card. This service is also free. Simply follow the procedures for getting a replacement card.
Q3. What are the ramifications if I receive Social Security retirement benefits while I'm still working?
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