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Retire Today with Our Online Services

April 23, 2018 • By

Last Updated: May 27, 2021

Is retirement knocking at your door? Social Security makes your journey into retirement nice and easy.

You’ve worked hard all your life, and after going down your retirement list, now you’re finally ready to take that step. You verified your lifetime earnings were posted correctly with with  your personal my Social Security account. You used your account to get personalized retirement benefit estimates and determined this is the perfect time to retire. Seems like you’re all set, and we have great news for you. Our online services allow you to retire quickly and in style. You can retire online today in as little as 15 minutes!

Yes, Social Security is putting you in control with secure access to your information anytime, anywhere. During Financial Literacy Month, take control of your future and see what you can do online.


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Jim Borland, Acting Deputy Commissioner for Communications

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  1. Roberta M. Gordon

    I love to read about Social Security Matters and was retired from my work (Readers Digest) in 1993.

  2. Hung Le

    Hi,
    How can I make an appointment to see an agent so I can establish an online account? What kinds of documents do I have to bring with me to the appointment. By the way, I tried to create an online account several times without success.
    Thanks,

    HL

    • Camille

      you can call them and they will explain

  3. JoAnne MayersLutz

    I am having problems signing into my account. If you could please help me I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks

  4. Sharon C DiGrazia

    How do I find out about my deceased husband’s account
    to see if I can claim my social security on mine or his. I will be retiring this November 2018

  5. Bob

    Hi

  6. Ernest B. Johnson Sr.

    How do I receive today if I retire

  7. Evelyn Easley

    I retired May 1, 1980. at the age of 80 years. Why am I receiving this information? I don’t know if you are a scam or the actual AARP. If you are legitimate you would know I’m retired

    • Camille

      this is not aarp its social security and I would imagine you signed up for this as I did

    • RAK

      If you retired in 1980 at the age of 80 – you are now 118. Wow!

  8. Carol d Ford

    I would like to know if I can draw off one of my husband’s there not retired one of them is 60 and I am 62 and I’m fixing to retire I was wanting to know if I can straw off one of those one of those two marriages

  9. Bennett Brier

    I have been trying to help my 88 year old mother re-establish her online account but can never succeed. Apparently, or so an SSA agent advised, this may be because of her age. The agent advised that she and I must go to a SSA office to do so. This is not convenient for us, particularly since we live in different cities. Is there some convenient way for us to accomplish this online?

    • Snarky

      Yes. Go visit her and together do it on line.

  10. Walter Dobarzynski

    Can I get both Social Security Disability and Social Security?

    • Snarky

      No.

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