How to See Your Lifetime Earnings Record for Social Security
Your lifetime earnings record, or rather, the highest earning 35 years over your lifetime, is what your Social Security benefit amount will be based upon. So, obviously, making sure that your lifetime record is correct is important to assuring you get the full Social Security benefit you have earned from a lifetime of working. Fortunately, your earnings record for your entire lifetime is available to you via your online “My Social Security” account, as explained by Social Security Public Affairs Specialist Vonda Van Til appearing in Cedar Springs, Michigan’s The Post. Click here to read more.
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