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Social Security: Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

We know the importance of "familia" in Hispanic culture, and we're proud to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15 to Oct. 15) by helping build a secure future for you, your family, and your future family.

You can learn more about how Social Security helps secure today and tomorrow for millions of families by visiting www.socialsecurity....Read more

Gail MarksJarvis: Why seniors should choose wisely when selecting Medigap supplement insurance

A plan to shut the doors on the most popular insurance policies used by retirees on Medicare will soon present difficult decisions for people choosing Medigap supplement insurance.

In 2020, people who are on Medicare and don't already have what's known as Plan F or Plan C Medigap insurance won't be able to buy it because the federal government ...Read more

Social Security: It's more convenient than ever to apply for social security benefits

You've worked hard your whole life, and receiving your Social Security benefits should be the icing on the cake at your retirement party. We're working hard to make it as quick and seamless as possible for you to apply for benefits from Social Security.

Simply visit www.socialsecurity.gov/applyforbenefits to get started. Through our safe and ...Read more

Social Security: Why it pays to keep a careful eye on your earnings record

Whether you're ready to retire, just joining the workforce, or somewhere in between, regularly reviewing your Social Security earnings record could make a big difference when it's time to collect your retirement benefits.

Just think, in some situations, if an employer did not properly report just one year of your work earnings to us, your ...Read more

Four tips for safer picnics

A picnic can be big fun. However, improper handling of the food can mean big trouble, in the form of foodborne germs.

Before you fill your cooler, check out four tips for safer picnics.

Picnic tip No. 1: When you open the cooler, keep an eye on the clock.

"The general rule is to have food out only two hours," says dietitian Kate Zeratsky. "...Read more

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