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Online Services. Approximately 52 million visitors accessed www.SocialSecurity.gov in 2007. What You Can Do Online. at. www.socialsecurity.gov. What You Can Do Online. What You Can Do Online. Apply for Benefits. You can:. Apply for Social Security retirement or spouse’s benefits.

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Online services

Online Services


Online services

Approximately 52 million visitors accessed www.SocialSecurity.gov in 2007


What you can do online

What You Can Do Online

at

www.socialsecurity.gov


Online services

What You Can Do Online


Online services

What You Can Do Online


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Apply for Benefits

You can:

  • Apply for Social Security retirement or spouse’s benefits.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/retireonline/

  • Apply for Social Security disability benefits (Includes the Adult Disability Report).

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/applyfordisability/

  • Begin or continue the Adult Disability and Work History Report.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/adultdisabilityreport/

  • Apply for extra help with your Medicare prescription drug costs.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/i1020/

  • Check your application status.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/claimstatus/

  • Appeal our recent medical decision about your disability claim or continue the appeal you already started.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/disablity/appeal/


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Do You Qualify for Benefits?

You can:

  • Find out what benefits you qualify for.

    • http://connections.govbenefits.gov/ssa_en.portal

      Use our screening tool to help identify all the different Social Security programs for which you may be eligible.

  • Find out if you get extra help with your Medicare prescription drug costs.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/i1020/


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Estimate Your Future Benefits

You can:

  • Use our new retirement estimator for a retirement estimate based on real time access to your earnings record.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/estimator/

  • Find your full retirement age.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/pubs/ageincrease.htm

  • Use our benefit planners to calculate your retirement, disability and survivors benefits

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/planners/

  • Request a Social Security Statement

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/statement/

  • Block online and automated phone access to your personal information.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/blockaccess/


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If You Get Benefits

You can:

  • Change your address or telephone number.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/coa/

  • Get a replacement Medicare card.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/medicarecard/

  • Request a proof of income letter.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/beve/

  • Get a form 1099/1042S -- Social Security Benefit Statement.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/1099/

  • Choose your password.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/createpw/

      If you received a password request code (PRC) letter, you can choose your password.

  • Get a password when

    • You want password access to information about your benefits.

    • You lost, forgot, or do not have your password or password request code (PRC).

    • Your password request code has expired.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/password/

  • Block online and automated phone access to your personal information.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/blockaccess/


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Choose your password or block electronic access

If you get benefits, you can:

  • Choose your password.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/createpw/

      If you received a password request code (PRC) letter, you can choose your password.

  • Block electronic access to your records.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/blockaccess/

  • Get a password when

    • You want password access to information about your benefits.

    • You lost, forgot, or do not have your password or password request code (PRC).

    • Your password request code has expired.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/password/

  • Block online and automated phone access to your personal information.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/blockaccess/


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If you have a password

You can:

  • Check your information and benefits.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/pcyb/

      See the contact, direct deposit, Medicare and payment information we have on file for you.

  • Change your address or telephone number.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/coa/

  • Start or change direct deposit.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/pdd/

  • Change your password

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/changepw/ or

  • Block electronic access to your personal information.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/blockaccess/


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Services for businesses, governments, payees and third parties

  • Use Business Services Online to report wages.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/bso/

  • Verify Social Security numbers.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/employer/ssnv.htm

  • Use Government to Government Services Online.

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/gso/gsowelcome.htm

  • Submit health or school records related to disability claims using Electronic Records Express

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/ere/

  • File a Representative Payee Accounting Report – (New!)

    • www.socialsecurity.gov/payee/

You can:


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What is the Agency Doing to Promote the Internet?

  • Regional Initiatives to promote e-filing

    • Sharing proven practices;

    • Targeted outreach

  • Working to improve the online application

    • Removal of exclusion questions;

    • Implementing a Completion Bar;

    • Simplifying screens

  • National marketing campaign

    • Highlighted the Millionth online filer, and the first

      Baby Boomer application

    • Patty Duke Reprises Patty and Cathy Lane for new

      Retire Online Campaign

    • Include inserts with the annual Social Security Statement

    • Establishing national partnerships with financial planners, government, legislative, non-profit, HR specialists, etc.

    • Online outreach to baby boomers


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