A Social Security Benefits Letter helps you learn what your Social Security awards will be and ensure they're correct. You only get an official letter from the Administration once a year; if you lose it or want to double-check, sending a Social Security Benefits Letter can help you get a copy.
You've probably been contributing to your SSA for years, but filing a Social Security Benefits Letter can help you quickly assess all the important information. Knowing how much you've contributed in your lifetime can help you figure out what your future benefits might look like. That information can be important if you're planning for retirement. Even if retirement is a long ways off, there can be important decisions that affect your retirement right now: like accepting a job overseas or working as a contractor instead of employee. In such situations you may not be paying into your Social Security account. You're the only one who can decide if those are the right choices for you - a Social Security Benefits Letter can help you get the information you need to make a sound decision.
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