By: Carol Kellam, Social Security District Manager in Salisbury, MD
With so many services available online through my Social Security, signing up for a secure account will help you conduct Social Security business from home. With your personal my Social Security account, you can:
o Estimate your future benefits with our Retirement Calculator to compare different dates or ages to begin receiving benefits;
o Check the status of your Social Security application;
o Review your work history; and
o Request a replacement Social Security card (in most States).
If you already receive benefits, you can also:
o Get a benefit...
Generously contributed by Vital! Magazine. You can read more at www.vitalmagonline.com
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