9 thoughts on “Return the Favor, Teach Dad Something Cool

  1. First, a message like this should have been posed on June 12th rather than the 19th. Second, your links don’t work ’cause they go to your “mirror” site http://mwww.ba.ssa.gov/myaccount/ Staff work is very important and clearly it’s not being done or not done well. People depend on SSA, you folks have to do a better job.

  2. Hello,
    I love this article because it points to two very important facets of life under the same motif: love, attention, and responsibility for one another. At the same time, it made me realize that while taking care of our I’ll Parents because of Alzheimer some of us stop working, hence, we minimize the amount of S. S. benefits for the sake of love and genuine care to our elders. Is there anything your administration can do for us as far as getting some credit, points, benefits during that stage of life?
    Thank you!

    • Thank you for your comment Maria Elena. We base Social Security credits on the amount of your earnings. We use your earnings and work history to determine your eligibility for Social Security benefits. The credits you earn remain on your Social Security record even if you stop working and have no earnings for a while. See our Benefit Planner: Social Security Credits for more information. Thanks.

  3. Good afternoon. I took social security at 62 years old and kept on working till 65 yrs old. Now will i get a increase. I’m 66 yrs old as of june this year. Social security was taken out those years.
    Thank you

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