Saturday, October 6, 2018
Unexpected information from SSA
When you apply for Social Security benefits, the Social Security Administration will review the reports that it has received from former employers. If it finds information about a pension plan that you participated in during a period of employment, SSA will notify you of that plan and the fact that you might be entitled to benefits. One client of ours learned that she was entitled to $235 per month that she did not know about, in addition to her Social Security benefit.