Acting Social Security Commissioner Kilolo Kijakazi today introduced a new look and feel to the Social Security Statement, available online through the mine Social security portal on www.socialsecurity.gov/myaccount and by mail. The Pronunciation is one of the most effective tools people can use to learn about their earnings and future Social Security benefits. This fresh look enables millions of people to quickly and securely see information about their earnings and estimates of future benefits.
“One of my top priorities is to inform people in plain and clear terms about Social Security programs and services,” Acting Commissioner Kijakazi said. “The streamlined Social Security Pronunciation contains clear messages and makes it easier to find information at a glance, simplifying our complex programs for the public.”
The agency has extensively researched, reviewed and tested to ensure the updated Pronunciation easy to understand. The new Pronunciation is shorter, uses images and clear language, and includes factsheets tailored to a person’s age and earnings history. It also contains important information that people are used to from the Pronunciationsuch as how much an employee and family members could expect to receive in Social Security benefits and a personalized earnings history, in a clear, concise way. Examples of the new Pronunciation and fact sheets are available at: www.socialsecurity.gov/myaccount/statement.html.
More than 61 million people have already created mine Social security bills. US citizens aged 18 or over can easily redesign theirs Social Security Statement online by creating one mine Social security account. People aged 60 years or older who do not receive benefits and who do not mine Social Security account receives their Pronunciation by mail three months before their birthday. Employees must Pronunciation at least once a year for accuracy.
People can check information and do most social security matters through their personal mine Social security account. If they are already receiving Social Security benefits, they can initiate or change direct deposit online, request a replacement SSA-1099, and if they need proof of their benefits, they can print or download a current benefits verification letter from their account.
In addition to getting their personalized Social Security Statement, people who are not yet receiving benefits can use their account to apply for a replacement Social Security card online if they meet certain requirements. The portal also includes a retirement calculator and links to information about other online services, such as applying for pensions, disability, and Medicare benefits.
Many social security services are also easily available by calling toll free, 1 800 772 1213. People who are deaf or hard of hearing can call the Social Security TTY number, 1,800‑325‑0778.