Getting Help With Social Security

The always-entertaining Tom Margenau uses his most recent Social Security column to talk about the sometimes frustrating quest to get help with your Social Security questions and issues. While he reveals he can’t personally handle the large number of complex requests he often receives in response to his columns, he acknowledges that dealing directly with Social Security offices can be very challenging. He also provides insight about the internal workings of Social Security offices, perhaps to promote understanding of the difficult job they do. Mr. Margenau’s current column can be found in this link to the Arizona Star’s website.

And speaking of getting help with your Social Security questions or your personal benefit entitlements, note that the AMAC Foundation provides an independent free-to-the-public Social Security Advisory service to help you navigate the complexities of this program. AMAC’s Social Security Advisors are accredited by the National Social Security Association (NSSA) and have helped tens of thousands Americans understand their options under the Social Security program. Phone questions are usually answered immediately and emailed questions within a few hours.   Learn more about this service here…

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