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FAQ

How do people work with fake social security number (SSN)?
Employers have no means of verifying whether or not a SSN is legitimate. The INS form that employers must keep on file is little more than an exercise is paper compliance since there is no one who sees the documents other than the employer. The glitch is that people who have fake IDs/SSNs sometimes get a number that belongs to a REAL individual. Then the IRS steps in because the W-2 that is issued to a worker doesn't match the amount of money sent to the government for withholding taxes. For workers who are paid as "independent contractors" another form is submitted by contract "employers". The copy of that is also part of the individual's IRS 1040 tax return. The forms the worker must file must match up with the forms the employer must file.  The reality is that in many cases, it is not ICE, the illegal worker must fear, but the IRS. Most famous major criminals do not get arrested for robbery, murder etc, but get caught by the IRS for unreported income. Al Capone was one of the most famous - he was jailed for income tax evasion. The IRS will look at possessions compared to income - how did you pay for those towels if you didn't work? And the jewelry? And the shoes? Car?Once the IRS is involved, ICE can and does get involved - a person who overstayed a visa can be permanently barred from returning to the USA for not reporting income...
How do I figure how much money I will receive from Social Security?
The Social Security Administration has a website with a huge amount of information, pretty much everything you need to know: how to calculate your benefits, the pros and cons of drawing benefits at different ages, how you can draw on your spouse’s Social Security, and more.To get information specific to you, you can create an SSA account at Sign In or Create an Account. There, you’ll see your employment history (for jobs that paid into Social Security). It will show you how much money you have contributed over the years.You can also make sure SSA has your correct address. Once you reach age 60, SSA will mail you a hard copy (paper) statement of your account. You’ll get that three months before your birthday annually after that.In 2018, you get one credit for each $1,320 of earnings, up to the maximum of four credits per year. You need to meet age requirements and to have 40 credits to qualify for benefits.Go to the Social Security Administration’s Retirement Estimator and fill in the information. Keep in mind that the estimate isn’t perfectly accurate. For instance, it has you enter your current salary. It then estimates your benefits based on you receiving the same salary for the years between now and when you retire. If you end up changing jobs and earning different pay, that will change your estimated benefits.You can also call the SSA’s toll-free phone number (1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778) and talk with an agent. When I called they set up an appointment for me to talk with someone. At the appointed time, that person pulled up my account and called me.Here’s an article by Suze Orman on how to decide when to start drawing SSA benefits: How to Get the Most Out of Social Security.
When filling out social security disability paperwork online how do I enter more than two tests from a single doctor?
You need to get a case worker and file any paperwork from your dr with them. Just be sure to make your own copy of anything you file because S.S. is famous for losing paperwork. Good luck to you.
How can I request my own employment history record from the US Social Security Administration?
Go to ssa.gov and set up an account. It's easy, just follow the prompts. Once you set it up you can get all your info. Including wage history from the first day you worked.It is wise to track your W-2 to the record that is reported to ssa. Plus keeps your info. Current.You can also request your history from the call center I believe but sometimes you wait hours,,,that's why I set up the online account.
When filling out an online job application, a question asks you to provide your social security number as part of the background investigation. Do you provide this number or how do you proceed?
My question exactly. Other similar posts overwhelmingly answer 'do NOT give out that number' until you are hired. Yet the majority of firms ask for it from the get-go nowadays. I think it should be illegal to seek your number. Companies can say 'we only use it for ....' but apparently they can verify when and where you worked, your wage, etc. There is a lot of 'fudging' going on out there but companies seem to hold all the card in my opinion.HR will always say they are doing everything by the book but of course they can do whatever they want to.
Why do conservatives and libertarians think that private charity is better than welfare? Can they give an example of charity effectively replacing a welfare state?
I worked in Bill Clinton’s “Welfare to Work” program in the late 1990s. I taught computer skills to welfare recipients in order to help them to get jobs. I was in my early 20s, heavily liberal and idealistic and a college student. I worked in New Haven, CT a few blocks from Yale. This experience changed my life and my perspective on government forever.Government, as idealistic as their intentions may be are just tragically awful with execution. There is so much wasted money, potential talent and misguided people that really want to help but the whole thing is just so bloated, there just isn’t really an effective plan to execute and help them all be successful. Private industry tends to be more vigilant because in order to turn a profit you need to trim the fat and operate efficiently daily.So my class began with 22 students. They were there to learn Microsoft Word, how to create a resume, etc. But me, the mega idealist just assumed way too much. I was here to save the world! But what I quickly learned is that most of these people didn’t even know how to turn a computer on. But I wasn’t ever told this. And in the same class there are other students could start a full document in Word they just needed help with writing the resume. So my first week was teaching very, very basic skills. How a mouse works, where the power button is, what Windows does. With no class levels for these welfare recipients by week 3 some were so bored they had quit, others just dropped out for other reasons. At the end of the month my enrollment was 3 students.4 more weeks passed and 1 single student remained. I was happy this student made it and we got him an interview at TJ Maxx for a cashier job. I took him down to the donation closet and fitted him for a sport coat and tie he could borrow to take home. I went back to college thinking about him all night. I was making a goddamn difference.I show up the next day just waiting to hear the good news - and he isn’t there. I call for 3 days and there is no answer, he’s nowhere to be found. He shows up 4 days later to return the sport coat & tie he had borrowed. I see him and ask how the interview went. He indicated he hadn’t made it to the interview. I ask why. He says: “I didn’t know how to set my alarm clock”.I was floored. As a teacher I felt like I had failed not even thinking about that (we gave him the alarm clock). The grant was for tens of millions of dollars and this was the result of mine & the agency's efforts. 1 interviewee no-show. And as a person I realized had I created a private business I would have probably had 10 people show up for interviews dressed and at least make it to the interview and have spent $100 or less to do so.Maybe I failed as a teacher, but I wasn’t the only one there who tried for 16 weeks and got no results. Other teachers in different disciplines had similar results. It was then when I realized that government is beyond inefficient/incapable in handling social matters like this. Money gets thrown at problems but problems often go unsolved.So now I am more libertarian when it comes to charity and if I see a problem I’d like to get involved with, I make it happen. With less money, a detailed plan and often (not always) I get much better results. I do now offer free resume writing services to people at the shelter who are now ready to accept responsibly and grow into employment. The result is people are actually helped and I feel like a good human being who wasn’t just set up to fail. Or even worse, be ineffective. It’s not a formal charity, but a good example I have lived showing that you can help just 1 person with $100 and some time and be more effective than a multi million dollar government program.So if you want to effect positive change and help I implore you to just act small and act locally. If everyone did this we wouldn’t need $10 million dollar band-aids that are just designed to fall off in the wash.You can really help 1–2 people a year and it requires nothing but your time and skill and maybe a few bucks. And most often you’ll be doing more for citizens than millions of taxpayer cash with a half baked politican’s plan behind it ever could. And you’ll probably feel like a million bucks when you succeed. I have, about a dozen times now.
What can I do to find out if someone is using my Social Security Number?
When an identity thief has a victim's Social Security number, he or she has a passport to commit Social Security fraud, identity theft, and many other crimes. This is one of the many reasons why people should never carry their Social Security cards in their wallets or purses. From the time of issuance when we're children, Social Security cards should be stored in a safe location at home, away from credit cards, drivers' licenses, and other personal information.If you suspect that a criminal has your Social Security number, the Social Security Administration can help point you in the right direction, but it can't fix your credit. You're the only one who can do that. To that end, here are some things to do if someone is using your Social Security number to commit identity theft and Social Security fraud:1. Stay cool and focused.While identity theft is stressful, you're the only person who can help with this problem, and you can't solve it in a week or a month. It will take time. Stay as calm and focused as possible, and methodically address the problem.2. Contact the credit reporting agencies.Contact TransUnion, Equifax, or Experian to place a fraud alert on your credit report. Each agency is required to alert the other two when you place an alert. The alert will prevent a thief from opening any new accounts in your name.• Equifax: 1-800-525-6285, www.equifax.com• TransUnion: 1-800-680-7289, www.transunion.com• Experian: 1-888-397-3742, www.experian.com3. Get a copy of your credit report.The law requires each credit agency to provide you with a free copy of your credit report when you place a fraud alert. Examine each report carefully, and look for accounts in your name that you did not open.4. Contact each creditor.Make a list of the creditors, and contact them by phone and again by mail. Write down the names of the people with whom you speak at each creditor and when. Also, keep a list of all correspondence with each creditor. Remember that you're building your own case and rebuilding your credibility and creditworthiness from scratch. Keeping accurate records is one of your best tools for recovering from identity theft.5. Contact the Federal Trade Commission.The FTC has an Identity Theft Hotline at 1-877-438-4338 and an online identity theft complaint form at https://www.ftccomplaintassistan....6. Contact the Social Security Administration.Fill out the SSA's online complaint form or call them at 1-800-269-0271 to report the activity.If a thief has your Social Security number, it will take a while to recover from identity theftbut you should know that you're not alone in your struggle. Millions of people are victims of Social Security fraud every year, and there are resources out there to help you if you're willing to go out and get them.
How do I get a statement of benefits from Social Security?
Simple, go to The United States Social Security Administration and create yourself an account You will need your social security number, DOB, work history etc. You will also be required to answer some specific questions to help SSA assure it is indeed you creating the account.Once you have completed the registration process, you can simply print out your earnings statement.NOTE: Be sure to save your login ID, and password that you create to use for for future reference.
How do I transition from a full-time job to a social security income?
Social Security is a federal government program that provides a source of income for you or your legal dependents (spouse, children, or parents) if you qualify for benefits. You also need a Social Security.While you work, you pay Social Security taxes. This tax money goes into a trust fund that pays benefits to those who are currently retired, to people with disabilities, and to the surviving spouses and children of workers who have died. Each year you work, you’ll get credits to help you become eligible for benefits when it’s time for you to retire. Find all the benefits Social Security Administration (SSA) offersThere are four main types of benefits that the SSA offers:Retirement benefitsDisability benefitsBenefits for spouses or other survivors of a family member who's passedSupplemental Security Income (SSI)