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Social Security and the Census

The year 2020 is just around the corner, and with it comes the next decennial census where, as directed by Article 1, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution, we are obligated to count every resident of the United States. Census Field Representatives are tasked with carrying out this process, and they may occasionally encounter trepidation on the part of those being surveyed. To put minds at ease, the U.S. Census Bureau is providing comments on the potential for fraud situations that could arise. One of the basic premises to be aware of is that the Census Field Representatives will not ask for our Social Security number. In fact, in a post on, the Census Bureau’s Emmett Morris provides this general characterization of the questions field personnel will pose, “We will never ask for your full social security number, money or donations, do anything that’s conducted on behalf of a political campaign or enterprise or organization. We don’t ask for banking or credit card information, nor your mother’s maiden name.” Read more on this subject here…


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