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Answer . The number 'dies' with you. It is not recirculated ever again.
You don't really have to report your marriage at all, unless one or both of you have changed your name as a result of the marriage.
Here are some details - If you are getting SS benefits and you die this month, even if it's the 31st, your next check has to be sent back to Social Security. Then, …your spouse can collect money on your account. They have rules about things - like you have to have been married for ten years. Or, the spouse has to be 65 to get it. If you aren't collecting benefits your spouse has to wait until they are 65 to collect it. If you have minor children, they get a check each month until they are of legal age. If you have no spouse and your children are grown, the children get a lump sum payment which is only a few hundred dollars.
According to the SSA, the numbers are not recycled. Upon an individual's death, the number is removed from the active files and is not reused. Recycling numbers might become a…n issue someday, but not any time soon -- statisticians say that the nine-digit SSN allows for approximately one billion possible combinations.
They can acsess alot of things about you. There are probly internet searchs for that kind of stuff. Like people finds. Your socail security number contains the zip code of t…he city you were born in. So they would know that. And they have you put in your socail security number on anything like a bank account or a credit card account. So if they know enough about you they can acess your bank account and steal from you.
You can start receiving retirement benefits at age 62. However, you will get substantially more if you wait until you are older to get your first check. The amount you will re…ceive at different ages depends on when you were born, as well as how much you paid in through the years.
Social security may not stop when you die. It depends on the situation. The social security office will know how to apply your particular situation.
Every one that starts receiving the social security benefits before reaching Normal Retirement Age (FRA) receives the reduced benefit amounts. Survivors and beneficiaries also… receive reduced amounts. Go to the SSA.gov website and use the search box for more information.
If you qualify for SS benefits, they are not reduced by other government benefits, only by wages.
Unfortunately, this is the same thing and you cannot.
lol yes u have a migrochip implanted in your heart and when you it stops beating the chip sends them a message
You can start to receive Social Security at 62. You get a large pension if you wait until you are older to start collecting monthly checks.
No. Furthermore, if SSA issues a check after the death of the recipient, they have you (the estate) pay it back -- this is what happened when my mother died.
No one gets it the government takes all your money back.
No illegal aliens are getting social security. Only workers who pay into social security will get benefits from it.
You can't receive Social Security retirement benefits and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits at the same time. SSDI provides monthly benefits to people who a…re under full retirement age (age 65 or older) and who meet other requirements. Once you reach full retirement age, which is based on the year you were born, the Social Security Administration will automatically transfer your disability benefits to retirement benefits. Your monthly benefit amount will not change as a result of this transfer.