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Social Security’s Top 10 Web Pages for 2021

December 30, 2021 • By

Last Updated: December 30, 2021

keyboard with read top 10 buttonThere’s no better place to do your business with us or get answers than on our website. We’re always working to improve our web pages and add online services to better serve you.

Here are our top 10 web pages of 2021:

  1. Open your own personal my Social Security account, where you can verify your earnings, view your Social Security Statement, get future benefit estimates, obtain a benefit verification letter, update your Social Security information if you receive benefits, and more.
  2. Our hub for Social Security news and updates is our blog. You can use social media to easily share these informative articles with friends and family.
  3. Need answers to your Social Security-related questions? Our Frequently Asked Questions page is another valuable source of information.
  4. You can complete and submit our online application for retirement benefits in as little as 15 minutes on our Retirement page.
  5. You can conveniently apply online for disability benefits on our Disability Benefits page.
  6. Visit our publication library online (including audio versions) on key subjects.
  7. You can learn about Medicare on our Medicare Benefits page.
  8. You can take care of most business with us online when you visit our Online Services page.
  9. There are times when you may need to fill out a form and submit it to us. You can find all our forms easily on our Forms page.
  10. Learn how to recognize Social Security scams and how to report them on our Fraud Prevention and Reporting page.

Remember, if you need help, information, or you are ready to do business with us, the first place to go is our website. Save time and go online!

Please share these web pages with your friends and family.


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  1. Mark S.

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  2. Turia M.

    I retired 12/31/2019 and received corporate severance for 2020 which was shown as Earned Income. Effective 2021, I have limited income from p/t work. I’m notified in November that IRMAA Medicare Part B determination will be substantially reduced based on 2020 tax return. I’ve faxed all supporting documentation 2x to my local SS office along with the completed SSA-44 form and called local several times, can’t get through. Just rec’d SSA mail I need to submit supporting evidence & SSA-44 form. What can I do to get this resolved?
    Turia M

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    • Vonda

      Hi Turia, thanks for using our blog. For your security, we do not have access to private information in this venue. We ask that members in our Blog community work with our offices with specific questions. You can call us at 1-800-772-1213 where we have representatives available from 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. business days. You can also call your local Social Security office. Please look for the general inquiry telephone number at the Social Security Office Locator. The number may appear under Show Additional Office Information.

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  3. Jackie H.

    I applied in March 2021 for my retirement income to start in September 2021. Early May it was 2/3rds approved. Nothing has changed in “my social security” since then.
    I’m in the UK, can’t get hold of anyone in the benefits department in the London embassy, have tried calling the US office only to be told all my paperwork is in order.
    Would just like an idea how long this will take. Does anyone know?
    The challenge is that you have to be retired to apply but then there’s no income coming in. I’m plowing through my reserves!
    Anyone have any ideas who else to contact

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    • Vonda

      Hi Jackie, thanks for using our blog. We apologize for the difficult time you are experiencing working with Social Security. We have referred your complaint to our Office of Operations to follow up and to take corrective action as necessary.

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  4. Alan

    I too applied for SS in August 2021 and have repeatedly attempted to contact the FBU in Frankfurt to get an update on my SS application. I have tried calling during their published hours (0900-1100; M,T, and Th) no less than forty (40) times (5 times this week alone) since November 2021 and nobody answers. I’ve written as well and again no reply. Calling the U.S. SSA hasn’t worked either as all I do is wait while on hold – regardless of which day of the week or time that I call. Is the SSA IG an option because this is getting a tad frustrating…

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    • Vonda

      Hi Alan. Thanks for using our blog. We apologize for the difficult time you are experiencing working with Social Security. We have referred your complaint to our Office of Operations to follow up and to take corrective action as necessary.

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      • Alan

        Vonda, sincerely appreciate your prompt response!

        VR, Alan

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  5. Princess

    The most part of it and have yet to hear anything. Every month I have called and left messages and no one returns calls. When am I going to get answers? https://wix9ja.com.ng/

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  6. Angel

    It is just surprise and have yet to hear anything. Every month I have called and left messages and no one returns calls. When am I going to get answers?

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  7. Norma O.

    I applied in August 2021 and have yet to hear anything. Every month I have called and left messages and no one returns calls. When am I going to get answers?

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    • Vonda

      Hi Norma, thanks for using our blog. You can call us at 1-800-772-1213 for assistance or you can call your local Social Security office. Please look for the general inquiry telephone number at the Social Security Office Locator. The number may appear under Show Additional Office Information.

      Reply

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