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Social Security’s Top 10 Webpages for 2023

January 19, 2023 • By

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Last Updated: January 19, 2023

There’s no better place to learn about Social Security programs and do business with us than on our redesigned website at SSA.gov.

Visitors to SSA.gov will experience a new design to help them find what they need more easily.

Here are our top 10 webpages:

 

  1. my Social Security — You can open a personal my Social Security account to verify your earnings, view your Social Security Statement, get benefit estimates, and more.
  1. Social Security blog — Our hub for Social Security news and updates is our blog at ssa.gov. You can use social media to easily share these informative articles with others.
  1. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) — Do you need answers to Social Security-related questions? Our FAQ webpage is another valuable source of information.
  1. Retirement Application — You can complete and submit your online application for retirement benefits in as few as 15 minutes.
  1. Disability Application — You can conveniently apply online for disability benefits.
  1. Publications — Visit our online publication library for information on key subjects (includes audio versions of publications).
  1. Medicare — Sign up for Medicare.
  1. Online Services — You can take care of most business with us by visiting our online services page.
  1. Forms — Find and fill out our forms easily.
  1. Fraud and Scam Prevention and Reporting — Learn how to recognize Social Security fraud and scams – and how to report them.

Remember, if you need information or want to do business with us, the first place to go is our website. Please share these top resources with your loved ones.


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  1. Uda N.

    Is there any free or very low cost dental care the gov provides? AHCCCS helps only in emergencies. Insufficient and costly dental care is an ongoing concern for seniors.

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  2. Uda N.

    I am 64 on early retirement and get NA. Who can I ask about Medicare and SSI at 65? What will happen with NA at 65, does it fall away?

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    • Ann C.

      Hi, Uda. Thanks for visiting our blog. Unfortunately, your question is a bit more complex than we can handle in this forum. We ask that members in our Blog community work with our offices with specific questions. You can call us at 1-800-772-1213, Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., for assistance. You can also contact your local Social Security office. We hope this helps.

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  3. Debra h.

    How you know if your on ssi or ssdi ? I always thought ssa 😆

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    • Ann C.

      Hi, Debra. Thanks for your question. The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program is a needs-based program that pays benefits to disabled adults and children who have limited income and resources. SSI benefits also are payable to people 65 and older without disabilities who meet the financial limits. Individuals who receive SSI payments due to disability, age, or blindness receive those payments on the 1st of each month. Social Security disability benefits (SSDI) are benefits are based on earnings. Social Security payments are paid on specific Wednesdays of the month based on the birthday of the person on whose record you receive benefits. For additional specific questions about your benefits, please call us at 1-800-772-1213, Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., for assistance. You can also contact your local Social Security office. We hope this helps.

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  4. Creativity

    Thank’s for the raise in 2023, that helped our family.

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    • J.

      Many thanks, a big help, too!

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  5. Creativity

    As a person that lives in Europe, I would like to have the option to update my address with SSA online. Will this be possible in the future??

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  6. About C.

    Thanks for everything!

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  7. HECTOR V.

    I READ SOMEWHERE ON YOUTUBE THAT SSI OR SSDI WILL BOOST VETERANS WITH EXTRA PAY ABOUT 2,000 OR SO IN THE YEAR 2023. IS THAT TRUE…

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    • Ann C.

      Hi, Hector. Thanks for your question.  If you were in the active military service from 1957 through 1967, special extra earnings are added to your earnings record when you apply for Social Security benefits. If your active duty was after 1967, the extra earnings are already on your record. There are no special extra earnings credits for military service after 2001. For more information, please visit our Retirement Planner. We hope this helps. 

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  8. Catherine P.

    I can’t seem to get an answer to this question: how much are you allowed to make while on SSD?

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    • Cynde

      That depends on if you are blind or have a different disability. In 2023 for or non blind individuals you can earn up to $1,470.00 gross pay per month. If you are blind, you can earn $2,460.00 gross pay per month.

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    • Ann C.

      Hi, Catherine. Thanks for your question. If you are referring to Social Security disability benefits, special rules allow you to work temporarily without losing your monthly Social Security disability benefits. After your nine-month trial work period, we still provide a safety net that allows you to work another three years risk free. During those three years, you can work and still receive benefits for any month in which your earnings do not exceed a certain limit. For 2023 those limits are: $2,460 for blind individuals; or $1,470 a month if you are not blind. For more information about working while receiving Social Security disability benefits, click here. We hope this helps. 

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  9. Hamadyyorobah

    Je suis chauffeur

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  10. STEPHEN D.

    Gotta love the workers at Social Security! The congress needs to recognize you folk for all the hard work you do. And by recognize, I mean put some of that good green in your pockets! Thanks for your service!

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