The Social Security Administration (SSA) is an agency of the U.S. government that provides services to millions of people each year. It operates under the authority of Title II and Title XVI of the Social Security Act, which were enacted in 1935.
The SSA administers two major programs: Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), which pays benefits to disabled workers and their dependents; and Supplemental Security Income (SSI), which provides income-based assistance to disabled adults, blind or elderly individuals who have little or no income, and children who have little or no income.
The SSA also provides services such as issuing Social Security numbers, providing information on retirement benefits, administering continuing disability reviews for SSDI beneficiaries, administering work incentive programs for SSI beneficiaries and helping individuals apply for Medicare prescription drug coverage if they meet certain requirements.
Trouble Aaccessing www.ssa.gov?
If you’re having trouble accessing www.ssa.gov, try one of these workarounds:
1. Make sure your internet browser is up-to-date.
2. Check your firewall settings and make sure they are not preventing access to the site.
3. Try accessing the site from a different device or computer, if possible.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides a website that offers information and resources to help you understand your Social Security benefits and options.
The SSA website can help you:
•Find out whether you qualify for benefits, including disability benefits, retirement benefits, and survivor’s benefits.
•Get a copy of your Social Security record. •Check the status of your application for disability or retirement benefits.
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