Give Your Earnings Record a Check-up

If you have an online “My Social Security Account,” you receive an annual email reminder to double-check the earnings information recorded by the Social Security Administration (SSA). In addition, the SSA mails out close to 50 million paper statements each year to those who do not yet have an online account. Since the information maintained by the SSA and reported in the online account records and paper statements forms the basis for your benefit calculations, verifying the accuracy of this content is crucial to your future. In an article by personal finance writer Tom Anderson and posted on, this important verification step is underscored. Read his article here…


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