Social Security

General Social Security Articles

You can apply online, over the phone or in person for Social Security Retirement Benefits
Social Security Benefits for children of a recipient
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Benefits use the same definition of 'disabled.'
This article contains tools for determining an estimate of how much you will receive in Social Security benefits.
HALLEX is the abbreviation for Hearings, Appeals, Litigation, and Law (LEX) Manual. It contains instructions for administrative law judges (ALJs), the Appeals Council, and the Office of Civil Actions.
How to calculate the percentage of benefits you will receive if you retire.
A representative payee is a person who has been chosen by the Social Security Administration to receive a Social Security or Supplemental Security Income check on behalf of another person.
The U.S. Social Security Administration funds the Social Security Retirement Insurance Benefits, which may be available to individuals who have earned sufficient Social Security credits and are 62 years old or older.
This article discusses issues involving Social Security benefits, SSI and the prison population.
Divorced spouses may be entitled to one half the wage earner's "full benefit" amount. The full benefit amount is based on the wage earner's work history.
Social Security benefits for surviving spouses and children.
Social Security Benefits for spouses.
The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program pays benefits to disabled adults and children who have limited income and resources.