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Social security checks, also known as supplemental security income benefits, are paid to disabled children and adults who meet the Social Security Administration's qualification requirements. Generally, a person must be ... More »

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Check your Social Security credits online by creating and logging into a personal my Social Security account on the SSA.gov website. Alternatively, print out and fill in Form SSA-7004, Request for Social Security Stateme... More »

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Retrieving a Social Security number requires contacting the Social Security office and presenting proof of identity. A driver's license and birth certificate are sufficient proof of identity to retrieve Social Security n... More »

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As of March 1, 2013, the Social Security Administration stopped issuing paper checks and started making most of its payments via direct deposit. These direct deposits go to recipient bank accounts or Direct Express debit... More »

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Social Security SSI benefits are monthly payments to adults who are disabled, blind or age 65 or older and children who are blind or disabled. To receive SSI benefits, an applicant must also have limited income and resou... More »

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SSI, or Supplemental Security Income, is a program that pays benefits to adults and children who are disabled and have limited income. SSDI, or Social Security Disability Insurance, is an insurance payment paid to disabl... More »

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The Social Security Administration determines the amount of benefits a spouse receives from a partner's work record by the amount the partner receives and the spouse's age when initiating the benefits, reports the SSA. U... More »

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