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Social Security (Earnings) Statement
You can receive an electronic (PDF) copy of your "Social Security Statement" at http://www.ssa.gov/myaccount/.
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Your Social Security Statement provides :
- Estimates of your retirement, disability, and survivors benefits;
- Your earnings record; and
- The estimated Social Security and Medicare taxes you’ve paid.
It's recommended you check your Social Security Statement annually. When checking, ensure that the SSA properly recorded your wages for last year.
Since retirement and disability benefits increase with wages, you want to ensure your wages are tracked correctly. Also, to be eligible for benefits, you must have enough years of work according to SSA records.
- Estimated Retirement Benefit
- Evidence of Wages
- How do I make sure my records are accurate?
- Earnings Information Available from Social Security Records
- Checking Individual Earnings Records
- If you are working...what you need to know about survivors benefits
- Statements of Earnings for Employees
- Social Security Earnings statement
- Social Security Earnings Statement
- Work Credits and Eligibility for Social Security Disability
- The Automatic Recomputation
- Annual Report of Earnings
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