157 thoughts on “New Wage Reporting Application

  1. I am disabled and already registered with Social Security to return to work. Although I will not be starting the job I had hoped to due to my health issues, how do I begin work if a new opportunity should arise.

    Donald P.

  2. I got a e-mail from ya about now I can report my wage’s on line
    please give me a little more information about
    thank you,
    Deena C.

    • Hi Deena. Individuals receiving Social Security disability benefits may use my Social Security to report wages online. Using their own my Social Security account. Go to the my Social Security portal and see “What does a my Social Security account let me do?” Try it!

      • Wrong. You still have to sit on hold or in a field office all day to add an employer for which you want to report income.

        You should not be representing this as a new online service, because it is NOT.

  3. Fw: Urgent Time sensitive reply now alert communication to Data Breaches on where’s my refund now on Homeowners and United States Citizens Isaac Williams Jr. & Trina D Williams primary permanent mailing delivery address 5013 Antioch St. Marrero , Louisiana 70072 update correct main engine transmission transmitter now on ethics compliance communications now on errors found causing social security Identities breaches update ethics compliance now in 10/18/2017

    .Dear Ms.Williams:

    Here you go. Remember MSA stands for Medicare Set-Aside.

    If you with the annuity, the carrier (Segwick Claims) saves money, so it is willing to put more up forward in your hands

    If you go with the annuity, then you would receive 45,522. The $15,000.00 attorneys’ fee (20% of the $75,000 total) would be deducted.

    If you don’t, and Sedgwick has to fund the total amount of the MSA at once, you would receive only $24, 981.00 in your hands and then minus the attorneys’ fees.’

    Your ESI and the follow-up appointment are authorized.

    Please call with any questions.
    ALARABY JOHNSON
    Law Offices of Alaraby Johnson
    938 Lafayette Street
    Suite 507
    New Orleans, LA 70113
    Phone (504) 494 4279
    Fax: (504) 322-3832

    This communication, including attachments, is confidential, may be subject to legal privileges, and is intended for the sole use of the addressee. Any use, duplication, disclosure or dissemination of this communication, other than by the addressee, is prohibited. If you have received this communication in error, please notify the sender immediately and delete or destroy this communication and all copies.

    —– Forwarded Message —–
    From: “Trina Williams”
    To: “dataquality@bpd.treas.gov”

    On Wed, Oct 18, 2017 at 3:23 PM, Trina Williams
    wrote:

    Urgent Time sensitive reply to Data Breaches on where’s my refund now on Homeowners and United States Citizens Isaac Williams Jr. & Trina D Williams primary permanent mailing delivery address 5013 Antioch St. Marrero , Louisiana 70072 update correct main engine transmission transmitter now on ethics compliance communications now on errors found causing social security Identities breaches

    January 21, 2015

    Ms. Trina Williams
    2425 Paige Janette Dr.
    Harvey, LA 70058

    RE: File No. L318306

    Dear Ms. Williams:

    This letter acknowledges receipt of the above referenced complaint against AMERICAN GENERAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Complaints such as yours are of utmost concern to me, and I hope that we can resolve this matter for you in a timely manner.

    Your complaint has been turned over to our Life/Annuity/Long Term Care Division, Consumer Affairs Section, and will be thoroughly investigated by Daniel Pittman who can be reached by phone at (225) 342-1226 -OR- (800) 259-5300. Once appropriate responses have been obtained from the insurance company/agent, all interested parties will be advised of our findings.

    You can view the status of your complaint by entering your file number and PIN 3503 at http://ldi.la.gov/ComplaintStatusLookup.

    Please keep all correspondence and envelopes received from the company/agent relating to your complaint. Be assured that we will give this matter our fullest consideration and attention.

    With best wishes and kindest personal regards, I remain

    Yours very truly,

    Commissioner Signature
    James J. Donelon

    Commissioner of Insurance

    Isaac Williams

    Thank you for contacting FEMA and giving us the opportunity to assist you. Your inquiry has been received and is currently being reviewed. You should expect to receive a response soon.

    The reference number for your comment/question is listed below. If you need to update your request or provide additional information, respond to this e-mail. Do not enter Sensitive Personal Identifiable Information (PII) such as SSN, address, phone number, DOB or driver’s license number. If you are in to apply for Disaster Assistance, please visit Disaster Assistance website.

    FEMA must comply with the Privacy Act, to ensure and verify your identity before providing specific information about your case, you should contact our Helpline and speak directly with one of our representatives. Current procedures require that applicants provide verification information via telephone. Please contact the FEMA Helpline at 1-800-621-FEMA (1-800-621-3362).

    If you have a hearing or speech impairment and use a teletypewriter (TTY or TDD), call 1-800-462-7585 directly, if you use 711 or video interpreting service (VRS), call 1-800-621-3362.
    Case #: 170711 – 354221
    Question/Comment: Emergency federal respond Now to Final Determination letter awarded elevation to unfreeze and lyft to upgrading reasonable accommodation elevation certificate of AE zone and updated X zone reported on Isaac Williams Jr. & Trina D Williams 5013 Antioch St. Marrero, Louisiana 70072 Final federal determination letter respond Now on 07/11/2017

    Dear Mr. Williams, Jr,

    On the 1995 effective map, your property is in Zone AE with a Base Flood Elevation of -3.5. An excerpt of the effective map showing your property is included below. The white area represents Zone X, and the gray area is Zone AE.
    On the 2016 preliminary map, it appears FEMA has classified this area as an “X” zone, “Protected by Levee”. Since the FEMA map update process is not yet complete, you should not rely upon this statement as fact. You may wish to check back after FEMA issues a Letter of Final Determination to Jefferson Parish to confirm your new zone classification. Six months after we receive that letter is when the map becomes effective and used for insurance ratings. Until then, your flood insurance will continue to be rated off of the effective 1995 map. An excerpt of the preliminary map showing your property is included below. The white area represents Zone X, and the pink area is Zone AE.

    Moving from Zone AE to Zone X means your flood risk is being considered reduced, not removed. Even though flood insurance will not be required once these maps become effective, Jefferson Parish recommends that you maintain flood insurance. Facts show individuals in Zone X areas file more than 20 percent of all NFIP flood insurance claims and receive one-third of Federal disaster assistance for flooding. On the effective date of the new maps, you may be eligible for a lower-cost Preferred Risk Policy (PRP). Talk to your flood insurance agent about your options.
    Please let me know if you have any questions.

    Sincerely,

    Maggie Olivier, CFM

    Floodplain/CRS Specialist

    Jefferson Parish

    504-736-6541 (office)

    From: Isaac Williams Jr [mailto:trinawilliams45@yahoo.com]
    Sent: Monday, July 10, 2017 3:48 PM
    To: Maggie Olivier
    Subject: Flood Zone Determination Request – From website

    Name: Isaac Williams Jr

    — Contact Informaton —
    Phone: 5042232468
    E-mail: trinawilliams45@yahoo.com

    — Property Informaton —
    Address: 5013 Antioch St
    City: Marrero
    Zip: 70072
    Year Built: –No year given–

    COMMENTS:
    LOUISIANA Impaired ID cards [ticket: 5165803] Dear Trina Williams, Your support ticket has been resolved. Please see the solution below: Solution: 2016-09-20 09:13:33 Ms. Williams, This Office is just a filing office. We file your business articles. We would not be able to assist with either of those matters. I would suggest that you contact FEMA for assistance with flooding and homeowners issues. Trina Williams – 2016-09-06 08:56:07 Thanks, I have contacted office of motor vehicles. Will you all able to assist concerning flooding issues and Homeowners issues. Thanks 2016-03-01 10:03:19 Ms. Williams, that is not handled by our office. I think that you will need to contact the “Office of Motor Vehicles” at 225.925.6146. Original Inquiry: Date on ID different from Identification card for vehicle in car have a different expiration date If you wish to re-open your ticket, reply to this email or view your ticket online. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions or concerns! Thank you, La. Secretary of State http://www.sos.la.gov Powered by LiveHelpNow ? ticket system

    Please be advised any information provided to Jefferson Parish Government may be subject to disclosure under the Louisiana Public Records Law. Information contained in any correspondence, regardless of its source, may be a public record subject to public inspection and reproduction in accordance with the Louisiana Public Records Law, La. Rev. Stat. 44:1 et seq.
    Thank you once again for your interest in the agency.

    Sincerely,

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  4. Fw: Urgent Time sensitive reply now alert communication to Data Breaches on where’s my refund now on Homeowners and United States Citizens Isaac Williams Jr. & Trina D Williams primary permanent mailing delivery address 5013 Antioch St. Marrero , Louisiana 70072 update correct main engine transmission transmitter now on ethics compliance communications now on errors found causing social security Identities breaches update ethics compliance now in 10/18/2017

    .Dear Ms.Williams:

    Here you go. Remember MSA stands for Medicare Set-Aside.

    If you with the annuity, the carrier (Segwick Claims) saves money, so it is willing to put more up forward in your hands

    If you go with the annuity, then you would receive 45,522. The $15,000.00 attorneys’ fee (20% of the $75,000 total) would be deducted.

    If you don’t, and Sedgwick has to fund the total amount of the MSA at once, you would receive only $24, 981.00 in your hands and then minus the attorneys’ fees.’

    Your ESI and the follow-up appointment are authorized.

    Please call with any questions.
    ALARABY JOHNSON
    Law Offices of Alaraby Johnson
    938 Lafayette Street
    Suite 507
    New Orleans, LA 70113
    Phone (504) 494 4279
    Fax: (504) 322-3832

    This communication, including attachments, is confidential, may be subject to legal privileges, and is intended for the sole use of the addressee. Any use, duplication, disclosure or dissemination of this communication, other than by the addressee, is prohibited. If you have received this communication in error, please notify the sender immediately and delete or destroy this communication and all copies.

    —– Forwarded Message —–
    From: “Trina Williams”
    To: “dataquality@bpd.treas.gov”

    On Wed, Oct 18, 2017 at 3:23 PM, Trina Williams
    wrote:

    Urgent Time sensitive reply to Data Breaches on where’s my refund now on Homeowners and United States Citizens Isaac Williams Jr. & Trina D Williams primary permanent mailing delivery address 5013 Antioch St. Marrero , Louisiana 70072 update correct main engine transmission transmitter now on ethics compliance communications now on errors found causing social security Identities breaches

    January 21, 2015

    Ms. Trina Williams
    2425 Paige Janette Dr.
    Harvey, LA 70058

    RE: File No. L318306

    Dear Ms. Williams:

    This letter acknowledges receipt of the above referenced complaint against AMERICAN GENERAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Complaints such as yours are of utmost concern to me, and I hope that we can resolve this matter for you in a timely manner.

    Your complaint has been turned over to our Life/Annuity/Long Term Care Division, Consumer Affairs Section, and will be thoroughly investigated by Daniel Pittman who can be reached by phone at (225) 342-1226 -OR- (800) 259-5300. Once appropriate responses have been obtained from the insurance company/agent, all interested parties will be advised of our findings.

    You can view the status of your complaint by entering your file number and PIN 3503 at http://ldi.la.gov/ComplaintStatusLookup.

    Please keep all correspondence and envelopes received from the company/agent relating to your complaint. Be assured that we will give this matter our fullest consideration and attention.

    With best wishes and kindest personal regards, I remain

    Yours very truly,

    Commissioner Signature
    James J. Donelon

    Commissioner of Insurance

  5. What a great idea, This database will make it possible for Employment Networks to better follow up on SSI and SSDI recipients whom are Beneficiaries of the Ticket to Work program as now the Beneficiaries can upload their pay stubs for a more seamless transition of Wage Information to the Employment Network. In turn the Employment Network will have the ability to receive timely wage information to report to Maximus. The information will help the Employment Networks to keep in contact with the Ticket to Work Beneficiary and assist them through the Trial Work Level and into the Significant Gainful Activity stage.

  6. Trump wants to cut SS, Medicare, and Medicaid by 23 Trillion. IS THAT GOING TO HAPPEN. IF IT DOES WELFARE ROLLS WILL SKYROCKET.

    • But he’s cutting welfare, food stamps, housing assistance, heating assistance, and Medicaid, too. So where’s everybody supposed to turn for help?

  7. What happens when they don’t report their wages and violate the law? When will the SSA get tough with the violators? It seems that they can piss on the SSA and nothing happens.

    • Thank you for your comment, Tony. We have strict guidelines that apply to individuals receiving Social Security disability benefits. If you receive benefits from Social Security, you have a legal obligation to report any changes which could affect your eligibility, this include your work activity.

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