Plan for Your Future with a my Social Security Account Today!

" "With the addition of the new Retirement Calculator feature to my Social Security, there’s never been a better time to open or access your my Social Security account! The new my Social Security Retirement Calculator gives you confidence in your retirement decisions:

  • See retirement estimates based on your personal earnings record for age 62, your Full Retirement Age (FRA), and age 70.
  • View retirement benefit estimates that compare your selected date or age to begin receiving retirement benefits with benefit estimates for ages 62, FRA, and age 70. You can also input expected future income for inclusion in the estimate.
  • See the estimated numbers as text and in a chart.
  • Get personalized retirement benefit estimates that are closer to what your actual benefit will be when you’re ready to start receiving them.
  • Get a better understanding of how when you begin receiving benefits affects the monthly amount you can expect to receive.

Plan for your Future. Open or access your my Social Security account today!

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21 thoughts on “Plan for Your Future with a my Social Security Account Today!

  1. My plane for receive my benefits of retirement plan.gov pay on 2019or on my birth day 03/28/2020, but your department can pay for me now and when my age 66 fully on 03/28/2020 uout will pay my full of benefits ssa +ssi+Tsp+Fer! 66fully my 1954 birth year! Please deposit direct transfer to my account bangkok claim at federal benefit center at us embassy in Philippine! Or send issued my ATM benefits of card international withdrawn! and my same subscriber of newletter on my mntha7293@gmail.com!

  2. Will my pension be reduced if I start receiving SS in November 2019. I am 66 years old since March, and I received my first offset in 2015, five years after I retired in public safety.

    Thank you!

  3. Can’t get through. My SS monthly payment go to US Direct Express and loaded into their debit card. For almost a month, I haven’t been able to use it, they give no reason and keep asking to send my personal info to them-and I’m getting nowhere with them. Help Help me!!$

    • Hi, Brent. We’re sorry to hear about the issues you are experiencing. We can only advise you in regards to your Direct Express debit card. Please contact Direct Express Customer Service at 1-888-741-1115. If that’s the number you already called, and you are still having problems, you can log into your card account at https://www.usdirectexpress.com/ or you can call their toll-free number listed on the website for assistance. For your security, we do not have access to information about your account in this venue. To discuss the activity on your account you’ll need to continue contacting your financial institution. We hope your situation is resolved soon!

  4. The Report of the Secretary-General on SDG Progress (Special Edition) 2019 in regards to Goal 1 to end poverty in all its forms everywhere, states. The decline of global extreme poverty continues, but has slowed. The deceleration indicates that the world is not on track to achieve the target of less than 3 per cent of the world living in extreme poverty by 2030. People who continue to live in extreme poverty face deep, entrenched deprivation often exacerbated by violent conflicts and vulnerability to disasters. Strong social protection systems and government spending on key services often help those left behind get back on their feet and escape poverty, but these services need to be brought to scale.

    The share of the world population living in extreme poverty declined to 10 per cent in 2015, down from 16 per cent in 2010 and 36 per cent in 1990. However, the pace of poverty reduction is decelerating, with a “nowcast” of 8.6 per cent in 2018. Moreover, baseline projections suggest that 6 per cent of the world population will still be living in extreme poverty in 2030, missing the target of ending poverty.

    Social protection systems help prevent and reduce poverty and provide a safety net for the vulnerable. However, social protection is not a reality for a large majority of the world’s population. In 2016, 55 per cent – as many as 4 billion people – were not covered by any social protection cash benefits, with large variations across regions: from 87 per cent without coverage in sub-Saharan Africa to 14 per cent in Europe and Northern America.

    Despite having a job, 8 per cent of the world’s workers and their families still lived in extreme poverty in 2018. The situation remains particularly alarming in sub-Saharan Africa, where the share of working poor stood at 38 per cent in 2018.

    Only 22 per cent of unemployed persons receive unemployment cash benefits, only 28 per cent of persons with severe disabilities receive disability cash benefits, only 35 per cent of children worldwide enjoy e ective access to social protection and only 41 per cent of women giving birth receive maternity cash benefits.

    Disasters often lead to a downturn in the trajectory of socioeconomic development and exacerbate poverty. From 1998 to 2017, direct economic losses from disasters were estimated at almost $3 trillion, of which climate-related disasters accounted for 77 per cent of the total – a rise of 151 per cent compared with the period from 1978 to 1997 – and climate-related and geophysical disasters claimed an estimated 1.3 million lives. More than 90 per cent of deaths reported internationally were due to disaster events in low- and middle-income countries, and economic losses from disasters as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP) were also much higher in these countries.

    Countries have reported progress in the development and implementation of national and local disaster risk reduction strategies in line with the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015–2030. As at 31 March 2019, 67 countries had reported progress in such alignment and 24 countries reported that their respective local governments had developed local strategies consistent with national strategies and plans. Only one third of all countries spend between 15 per cent and 20 per cent of total government expenditure on education, as recommended in the Education 2030 Framework for Action.

    The Secretary of State becomes belligerent when he is questioned regarding his homework, the Department of State budget, that was done by his predecessor who was fired for his ruthless budget cuts. The Secretary of State must pay $2.1 billion (FY 20) to restart P.L. 480 International Agricultural Assistance Program. He also owes $1.1 billion to settle UN regular budget arrears and current year contribution. $1 billion more arrears are owed dues to discrimination against United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization and United Nations Relief (UNESCO) and Works Administration for the Relief of Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) FY11 and FY19. A total of $13.4 billion over what was promised by the previous Secretary, who was fired for his ruthless budget cuts. State Department program levels must be re-estimated from $56.0 billion FY 16, with 2.5% annual growth for all programs, 3% for P.L. 480, to $60.5 billion FY 20 including arrears http://www.title24uscode.org/customs.html

    Anthony J. Sanders for Public Trustee

    • Correction: The United States Secretary of State must pay $61.6 billion FY 20, including arrears, $60.6 billion FY 21 less $6 billion treason in State Department, Foreign Relations and Related Organizations for the Fiscal Year. $2.1 billion (FY 20) to restart P.L. 480 International Agricultural Assistance Program discontinued FY 18. He also owes $1.1 billion to settle UN regular budget arrears and current year contribution. $1 billion more arrears are owed dues to discrimination against United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization and United Nations Relief (UNESCO) and Works Administration for the Relief of Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) FY11 and FY19. $1.1 billion for peacekeeping arrears, and long history of returning overpayments.

      To compete with inflation program levels must be re-estimated from $56.0 billion FY 16, with 2.5% annual growth for all programs, 3% for P.L. 480, to $61.6 billion FY 20, including arrears, $60.6 billion FY 21 less $6 billion treason in State Department, Foreign Relations and Related Organizations for the Fiscal Year. Page 507 elaborates: Zero tariffs or sanctions on food and medicine under paragraph 98 Alleged violations of the 1955 Treaty of Amity, Economic Relations, and Consular Rights (Islamic Republic of Iran v. United States of America) $3.6 billion 3 October 2018 whence-forth interest in the return of property stolen since 1980 is redoubled. The USA can reparate Iran and UN arrears, with the 1%-6% energy export tax to better insure the oil industry against wrongful anti-colonial nationalization and oil spills.

      The State Department will be billed again in November under the references to discrimination in the Buy American Act in 24USC225h and recent UN Organization Mental Health Program Report. After more than a decade earning $600-699 my ship has come in, and I have been commissioned to pilot the Annual Report of the SSI Program. Now thatI make $711, not only do I have a clear message worth $2,000 a month as public trustee, my father’s lawyer insists that I collect up to 50% of his consequentially larger mandatory maximum benefit. With the promise of $900-$1,300 a month SSA has commissioned a learning process whereby the Commissioner would sue the Board of Trustees in the Annual SSI Report for integration into a consolidated Annul report of the Federal OASI, DI and SSI Trust Funds, on the basis of Congress’s vote to tax the rich to end child poverty by 2020 and all poverty by 2030 in pursuit of the 3% COLA it theoretically takes to serve the unnaturally long 6 year term. I don’t have time to redo the index that I used to finally edit every paragraph of Digestion http://www.title24uscode.org/digestion.pdf . Like all my works on food and drugs it is a bit too long for accurate page counting.

  5. I have prolly called at least 5 times trying to get them to help with an online account. Every person I talk to gives me different reasons, dates, when I can apply, some say 9 months some say 4 months one said 3, and just yesterday I was told I can’t even make an appointment now, cause it will take a month, so according to them I will be able to apply for SS. I have called Experian, as they directed, as that was one of the reasons I was told I can’t create a log in. I give up!!

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