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Thursday, May 17, 2012


Troutman Troutman, P.C.

The decision from the SSA to make statements available online accomplishes two things: it not only makes viewing estimated benefits easier, but it also helps save the agency money by eliminating the expense of mailing out statements. As the New York Times article you link to notes, some people might have problems with the verification process during online enrollment, but they should know that they can still go to their local Social Security office to verify their identities in person.

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