National Social Security Month, Online Services

Estimate Your Benefits Today for a Secure Tomorrow

April 19, 2018 • By

Whether you’re retiring soon or you’ll be in the work force for several more years, it is important to prepare for what the future holds. That’s where Social Security comes in. 

Social Security puts you in control with secure access to your information anytime, anywhere. You can get estimates based on your own earnings record to help you plan for retirement with our Retirement Estimator. It is a convenient, secure, and quick financial planning tool that allows you to receive the most accurate estimate of your future retirement benefits. Go check out our Retirement Estimator today to stay informed about your retirement options.

During National Social Security Month, take control of your future and see what you can do online. With easy, convenient, and secure online services, Social Security online frees up your time for the people who really matter.

 

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Jim Borland, Acting Deputy Commissioner for Communications

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  1. terry Jones

    Where do you report the fraud numbers that call you this one said it was from Canada Sept-Lies, Quebec
    Phone number was 1=418-965-9951. You need to make it easier to report these fraud call by having an easy way to enter the number that they are coming from

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    • Luis A., Public Affairs Specialist

      Hi Terry. Thanks for letting us know. Generally, we will only contact you if you have requested a call or have ongoing business with us. Recently, scams—misleading victims into making cash or gift card payments to avoid arrest for Social Security number problems—have skyrocketed. Our employees will never threaten you for information or promise a benefit in exchange for personal information or money.
      If you receive a suspicious call like this: 1) Hang up. 2) Do not provide personal information, money, or retail gift cards. 3) Report suspicious calls here. For more information on how to protect yourself, check out our Frequently Asked Questions. We hope this helps.

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