Social Security Forms

Work Activity Report is used to to report work activity and work incentives for Title II beneficiaries. This form is the most important reporting form for Title II beneficiaries.

Request for Reconsideration is a used by beneficiaries to request that Social Security reconsider a decision that has been made on a claim. This form is used when a beneficiary wants to submit additional information to be considered.

Request for Waiver of Overpayment is a form used by beneficiaries to request that an overpayment be waived because the beneficiary was not at fault or it is used to set up payment plans for overpayments.

Statement of Claimant is a form that can be used to report any general information to Social Security. It is a narrative form.

Work Activity Questionnaire is a form that is given to and completed by employers of beneficiaries to determine whether or not a Title II beneficiary has a subsidy or special condition at work.

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Social Security Offices May Re-open in January

The Social Security Administration recently revealed a plan to require their staff to return to offices around the country starting as early as January 3 next year. The timing of the plan may turn out to be rather unfortunate as it was unveiled shortly before the...

2022 Medicare Costs Announced

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently published the new premium, coinsurance and deductible amounts for Medicare Parts A and B. Although unsurprising given the large increase in Cost of Living Adjustments (COLAs) announced by Social Security,...

SSA Reconsiders Deadline on SSI Continuing Benefits

SSI recipients will probably all be well-aware that their benefit is considered by Social Security to be ‘needs-based’. This means that almost any kind of other income or change in living arrangement is going to have some effect on it and usually seems to cause it to...

A Basic Training on VA Disability Compensation Benefits

Despite being a nation that historically couldn’t really give a fig for the plight of the indigent or the disabled America has always had a soft spot for those who fight for whatever it is the nation believes in at any given time. Be it fighting off the shackles of an...

Let Them Have It: Social Security Wants Your Feedback

A quick perusal of the regular and often enlightening Social Security blog, Social Security Matters, reveals that the agency has created a simple on-line customer survey that can be completed in a matter of seconds, but allows for more in-depth analysis if that’s more...

Reprising a Classic: Impairment Related Work Expenses

A dip into the MDBCN blog archives gives the curious reader a real sense that Social Security, like time itself, does actually move inexorably onwards, even though the ultimate goal may still elude us. Within all those blogs that meant something at the time but have...

2022 Social Security COLAs Announced!

Next year’s Cost of Living Adjustments (COLA) have just been published by Social Security and as predicted by many it’s a huge leap to the tune of a 5.9% increase. In real terms that means that the full amount of SSI that an individual can receive has gone up from...

Work Activity Reports Now On-line

One of those rather unwelcome letters from Social Security that beneficiaries receive from time to time is the one that informs them that their past and present work activity is under review. Along with the dread of an impending overpayment or even the loss of...

Reversion to Type: A Quick Reminder about SNAP Benefit Changes

If you receive food stamps the State of Maryland should have already sent you a letter letting you know that now that the State of Emergency is over your Supplemental Nutrition Allocation Program (SNAP) amount will very possibly be changing as of today, October 1. For...

New Report Shows SSI Work Incentives Need Work

The non-partisan Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently issued a report to the US senate’s Subcommittee on Social Security, Pensions, and Family Policy which highlighted how far we are from truly assisting SSI recipients who are looking to work their way out...