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Social Security needs to do more than to enter the 21st century electronically

In a recent Senate Committee session, the members questioned the Social Security’s antiquated paper applications and the requirement of sending original documents in the mail such as drivers’ licenses, birth certificates, and passports was actually needed? “One of the problems with SSI, said the Senator, is the application is overly cumbersome: “You basically need a law degree to apply.” In Ted Knutson’s article for Forbes, he reports on the committee’s questions and the response by the Social Security Administration representative. Read Mr. Knutson’s article here…

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