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The Importance of Double-Checking SSA’s Records

The Social Security Administration admits that there is room for errors in the posting of earnings information, citing a “more than 98%” accuracy rate. So, is this 1% to 2% error rate acceptable to you? If not, you might want to use your mySSA account data to double-check what’s posted to your account, if for no other reason than peace of mind. An article posted today on by John Grobe, President of Federal Career Experts, discusses the process you can undertake to verify your data, and the steps you can take to pursue correction of anything you feel may be in error. Read his post here…


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