Online Services

Estimate Your Benefits Today for a Secure Tomorrow

April 19, 2018 • By

Last Updated: August 19, 2021

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.

 

See Comments

About the Author

Jim Borland, Acting Deputy Commissioner for Communications

Comments

  1. joe h.

    I illegal
    how I get free money

  2. Marcy O.

    Ma. Updates zip code 02766 Norton ma

  3. Alvin J.

    How much can i earn before it effects my benefits? my benefits are $1451

  4. Judy B.

    If you retire at 62 are you ever eligible for increases in benefits?

    • Ray F.

      Thank you for your question, Judy. If a person begins to receive benefits at age 62 or prior to their full retirement age, their benefits are reduced. The reduction factors are permanently applied to all of the benefits the person may qualify for.

  5. Rey W.

    In the grand scheme of things you actually receive an A just for hard work. Where you confused everybody was in all the specifics. You know, people say, the devil is in the details… And that couldn’t be much more true at this point. Having said that, permit me say to you exactly what did deliver the results. The writing is actually incredibly persuasive and that is possibly why I am making an effort in order to opine. I do not really make it a regular habit of doing that. Next, even though I can easily notice a jumps in logic you come up with, I am not really confident of how you seem to unite the points that produce the actual conclusion. For the moment I will, no doubt subscribe to your issue but wish in the foreseeable future you actually connect your dots better.

  6. m. m.

    SS did not include my highest earnings for a five year period when calculating the amount I should receive each month. Why?

  7. David B.

    I need my employment history for verification. employment is pending due to lack of employment verification.

  8. dean k.

    Please add NEGATIVE number ratings to the client feedback comments on your new SS.gov system. Currently the majority of ‘+1’ (out of a +5) are giving you too much good credit for a lousy response system when a -5 rating would be much more accurate!

  9. suman a.

    i am retired & 64 years old how i can apply for my social security

  10. Kevin J.

    Can’t find a job Need to start Social Security at 62 years old .

Comments are closed.