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The Social Security Administration remains committed to providing you timely and accurate information during the COVID-19 pandemic. You can view all the COVID-19 questions and answers at once or browse by topic below.
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are still here to serve you. Learn more about the ways to conduct your business with us during this time.
A Social Security number (SSN) is important because you need it to get a job, pay into and receive Social Security benefits, and get other government services. Learn how to apply for an original, corrected, or replacement SSN card.
You have the right to appeal any decision we make about whether you’re entitled to Social Security benefits or Supplemental Security Income payments. Learn how to appeal a decision with Social Security and other important information if you have a pending hearing.
An overpayment is when you receive more money for a month than the amount you should have been paid. Learn what to do if you are notified that you have an overpayment.
Learn about your monthly benefits and how other forms of financial assistance may affect your eligibility or payment if you are already receiving benefits.
Scammers keep trying to trick you out of money and personal information. Don’t be fooled! Learn how to protect yourself.
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The Internal Revenue Service has paid economic impact payments to most Social Security beneficiaries and Supplemental Security Income recipients. Learn how to claim a missing payment and get other help.
Here you will find helpful links to other government Coronavirus resources. To see how our employees process claims, view our Program Policy Manual.
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An appointed representative is a qualified person appointed to represent another person doing business with Social Security. Learn more about this important role.
A representative payee receives and manages monthly benefit payments for someone unable to manage their finances. Learn about representative payee monitoring reviews.