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April is National Social Security Month and is a great time to create a Social Security account if you haven’t done so yet. A mySocial Security account is a personalized account that allows you to access all the information you need. The account is free to set up and offers you access to your latest Social Security statements, allowing you to access real-time information about your statement and benefits. You can also receive estimates of the benefits that you are likely to be eligible for in the future, a useful tool when planning for the years ahead. The account helps you manage your Social Security account without any trouble and without any additional expense.

A mySocial Security account gives you the ability to determine your future benefits earnings. The system will calculate this based on a number of factors, including your history of benefits received in the past, as well as future earnings estimates. You can check up on the disability benefits payments that you are estimated to receive in the future as well as retirement benefits.  You can even investigate the benefits that your family members will be eligible for if you pass away as a result of your disability.

There are several other advantages of having a Social Security account. For instance, you can easily get a replacement card if your current card is missing or stolen. So, what are you waiting for? With all the information about your Social Security account you need at your fingertips, you can get better control of your account and ensure that you receive every cent of the benefits that you are eligible for.

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The Social Security administration has launched an online tool that is meant to help people who receive Social Security benefits to view their statements. The Social Security Statement tool allows you to access information if you can create a Social Security Account. You can create this online account at the Social Security Administration website

If you have a Social Security Account, you can log in to estimate the kind of benefits that you are eligible for, including disability, retirement and survivor benefits. You can also use the Statement to estimate the benefits that you and your family are eligible for, and also to access your lifetime Social Security earnings as per federal records.

The statement can also be used to check up on Medicare and Social Security taxes that have been paid. You can use the tool for accessing general information that includes information on applying for disability benefits, and signing up for Medicare. The statement can be printed.