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How to Sign up for MySocialSecurity Online

If you have been searching for the best information on how to sign up for a MySocialSecurity account online, this is the best place.

In the video below, it takes you through, step-by-step the entire process. It actually only takes a few minutes.

The site is more secure than ever and, the part the confuses folks the most, is the part where it actually pulls your credit report and verifies you are who you say you are. 

We have found that, often times, the information they show you, in order to verify things in your past, do not apply to you at all. In that case, just choose “None of the Above” and move on.

If you have any questions or need help signing up with your MySocial Security account, just call Social Security at their direct phone number at 1-800-772-1213.

The site to start the process, after you have seen the video is here:

https://www.ssa.gov/myaccount/create.html

See the video below. You will probably want to expand the video to full-screen, which you can do by clicking on the box inside the video playing window, on the lower right side.

The video:

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Social Security Disability Income

How to get approved for Social Security Disability Benefits – this is one of the biggest questions on the internet.

In this in-depth video interview, we spoke with a former claims specialist form within Social Security that now works to help those applying for disability benefits. She has inside knowledge on what works and what does not work.

She loves to especially veterans to get Social Security Disability Income started as soon as possible and knows exactly what Social Security is looking for. 

See the interview:

After you have been on Social Security Disability for 24 months from the determined initial eligibility date, you are eligible for Medicare. 

The Senior Savings Network can help you, at no charge, to get the maximum value from your new Medicare benefits after you are newly eligible, following 24 months on Social Security Disability.

It is critically important that you not wait. You only have a very small window of “open enrollment” when newly eligible for Medicare. During this time frame, insurance carriers cannot reject you for Medicare Advantage or Medicare Supplement coverage. After this time expires, though, it becomes enormously difficult for someone on disability to qualify for supplemental benefits to Medicare.

The Senior Savings Network can be reached at 1-800-729-9590.