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Social Security 13h
extends deadline to ensure people with children receive $500 Economic Impact Payments. Learn more:
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Social Security 16h
Finding out more about your future benefits is easier than you think. Secure your financial future today and estimate your future benefits based on your actual Social Security earnings record.
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Social Security 18h
my Social Security will be unavailable on Saturday, September 26, 2020, from 1:00 AM (ET) - 10:00 AM (ET).
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Social Security Sep 25
my Social Security will be unavailable on Saturday, September 26, 2020, from 1:00 AM (ET) - 10:00 AM (ET).
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Social Security Sep 25
For quick and easy transactions like changing your address, updating your direct deposit information, obtaining a benefit verification letter, and more, your free, personal account is your gateway. Get yours today!
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Social Security Sep 25
For information in Spanish, please visit or .
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Social Security Sep 25
Replying to @stuiesloan
If you receive a suspicious call: 1) Hang up. 2) Do not provide personal information, money, or retail gift cards. 3) Report suspicious calls at: . For more info on how to protect yourself, check out our FAQ: .
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Social Security Sep 25
Replying to @DHomerE
If you receive a suspicious call: 1) Hang up. 2) Do not provide personal information, money, or retail gift cards. 3) Report suspicious calls at: . For more info on how to protect yourself, check out our FAQ: .
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Social Security Sep 24
For information in Spanish, please visit or .
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Social Security Sep 24
Replying to @AfSVern
If you receive a suspicious call: 1) Hang up. 2) Do not provide personal information, money, or retail gift cards. 3) Report suspicious calls at: . For more info on how to protect yourself, check out our FAQ: .
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Social Security Sep 24
There is a new blog post on titled “Social Security Benefits for Children with Disabilities.” Learn more here:
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Social Security Sep 24
Replying to @DFawcett12
To access your personal account, you must have a U.S. mailing address. Since you are living outside of the U.S. you can contact your local Federal Benefits Unit for assistance: .
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Social Security Sep 24
Replying to @karenj999
If you receive a suspicious call: 1) Hang up. 2) Do not provide personal information, money, or retail gift cards. 3) Report suspicious calls at: . For more info on how to protect yourself, check out our FAQ: .
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Social Security Sep 24
How do I get a replacement card?
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Social Security Sep 24
Replying to @DFawcett12
Sorry you were having trouble but the site appears to be up and running. If you need help accessing your personal account, call 1-800-772-1213 and say, “help desk” at the prompt.
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Social Security Sep 24
, which is part of , will be making Economic Impact Payments. Please visit for all your EIP-related questions. Can’t find the answer to your question online? Call the at 1-800-919-9835. Thanks!
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Social Security Sep 24
Replying to @TerenceONeill3
If you receive a suspicious call: 1) Hang up. 2) Do not provide personal information, money, or retail gift cards. 3) Report suspicious calls at: . For more info on how to protect yourself, check out our FAQ: .
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Social Security Sep 23
Replying to @MightyV
If you receive a suspicious call: 1) Hang up. 2) Do not provide personal information, money, or retail gift cards. 3) Report suspicious calls at: . For more info on how to protect yourself, check out our FAQ: .
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Social Security Sep 23
Replying to @truth007_the
We are sorry to hear that. We ask our Twitter community to work with local offices to get case-specific answers: .
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Social Security Sep 23
Replying to @eladgaf
Please call your local office to see if an in-office appointment is necessary and possible. To find your local office information, visit: . Look for the general inquiry telephone number under Show Additional Office Information.
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