Why workers should create a my Social Security account

Unless you are over age 60, the Social Security Administration will no longer mail you a paper Social Security statement. However, there is a way to check your earnings history or taxes paid … it’s called a “my Social Security account.” Why should you create a Social Security account? There are many reasons, including finding out how much you will get when you retire, what happens if you become disabled, and most important to check your earnings record for any mistakes. The attached article explains the importance of setting up an account. Read article here…

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