809 thoughts on “Social Security Benefits to Increase in 2019

  1. How do I find out who the Representative is of my Son who is a minor. This is unjust and unfair treatment considering our Case was never Closed and No Factual Evidence was proven in Court and we never received our Due Process and the Courts should have never stolen my Son’s SSI check. But, I Know the Representative is not following SSA Federal Guidelines and it’s my SSDI money that he is drawing from because for some reason SSA stopped his SSI CHECK and is Disabled and has been from Birth. Why they stopped his check is beyond me and since I can’t work and draw he is entitled to collect off of my Disability because I am Head of Household. So Social Security owes me back money from 2010 to 2018. I no longer want this Representative handling my disabled Son’s finances because he is doing a poor job and hiding money from my Son.

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  2. A newspaper article by Nicole Tiggemann, Social Security spokesperson, said to go to socialsecurity.gov/pubs/EN-05-10125.pdf and EN-05-10536.pdf to read more.
    Guess what, the site says nothing found on both pubs..

  3. I have my own S.S. I am 69. My girl has her own S.S. she is 69 also. If we get married does it affect our payment. We don’t get much individuley, and can’t afford less. Is it better to not get hitched?

  4. I have a 2018 report but 2019 report
    BUT I need 2019 information to file 2019 taxes
    I can make do with:
    Gross Income (without any deductions)
    And the amount SSA deducted for taxes
    I can multiply these two by 12 if you do no

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