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 What happens to a person's social security number at death?

Answer Since 1935, the U.S. government has issued nearly 450 million Social Security cards to citizens. It has enough spare numbers to not have to recycle any for a century, according to the Social Securi... Read More »
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What happens to your Social Security number when you die?

Your Social Security number is a very important piece of information that you use throughout your life. What happens to it, though, after your life ends?Not Re-issuedCurrently, a Social Security nu... Read More »
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What is a Social Security death benefit?

Social Security is a federal program that takes money out of your paycheck in the form of taxes every month. When you retire, those taxes are paid back to you in increments to provide you with prim... Read More »
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What happens when I win my law suit against the company were I was hurt and I am on social security diability income Do I loose it or can I combine the two incomes what happens to my ssdi income?

AnswerTry searching the Social Security webiste here http://www.ssa.gov/dibplan/index.htmMedicare would be considered a secondary payer and would have to have an EOB from the primary company before... Read More »
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Social Security Death Rules?

Social Security provides benefits for survivors in addition to benefits for retirees and the disabled. When a worker dies before reaching retirement age, special rules apply regarding whether the w... Read More »
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