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Applying for Social Security? Don’t Let the Pandemic Deter you.

Even though the Social Security Administration (SSA) offices are physically closed to walk-in traffic during the COVID-19 pandemic, you can still apply for benefits. In a USAtoday post by The Motley Fool’s Barbara Eisner Bayer, a five-step process is outlined that can help guide you through the application process. It starts with creation of an online “my Social Security” account, and ends with receipt of a confirmation letter from SSA detailing your benefits and the schedule for payment of your benefits. Read Ms. Bayer’s article here…

It’s can be a fairly straightforward process, unless you have problems or questions about some of the steps. If you do, the AMAC Foundation can help you navigate the process. It’s offered at no charge to the public, and can help you understand the workings of this vital senior benefit program. Learn more about this service, including how to access it, on the Foundation’s website…


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