Social Security Administration offices have closed but there’s no need to panic

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact not only on billions of people around the world but on United States government programs as well.  The Social Security Administration offices have closed to the public because of the pandemic but there is no reason to panic.  Although you cannot go to your local Social Security office, you can still count on Social Security.  The attached article reviews what is happening and what you will need to do to get the service you are counting on from the SSA. Read article here…

And also know that the AMAC Foundation’s Social Security Advisory Service is operating as usual during the pandemic disruption sweeping the nation. By re-deploying our certified Advisors to work at home and providing the necessary communication equipment to receive and respond to requests, we are able to remain seamlessly available to those who need us as they navigate the complexities of Social Security. And, as always, this service is provided to the general public free of charge. See our post from last Friday on this subject…

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