How to Collect Back Social Security Benefits
Collect back social security benefits by filing a claim in person with the Social Security Administration office, bringing the appropriate identification and waiting while the case is considered. Consider hiring an attorney to help file the appropriate paperwork to get owed social security benefits with advice from a registered financial consultant in this free video on social security.
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This is financial advisor Patrick Munro, taking about how to collect back social security benefits. There are times when record keeping goes without or circumstances dictate that an individual has been owed certain benefits from The Social Security Administration that were unpaid to them at any given point in time. In order to rectify this situation what an individual must do once they realize that they are owed back benefits they must file a claim with The Social Security Administration office, and in order to do that it must be filed in person. And so, you can do so by attending the social security office. Have your birth certificate; your identification as well, and sit down with a social security officer and go over the nature of your claim. There will be a period of time that goes by while your claim is being considered by The Social Security Administration office, and at that time they will render a verdict as to how much money you will get in back benefits. If you're uncertain as to your representation you can retain counsel, a legal a lawyer who will represent you in your social security matter with The Social Security Administration. This is Patrick Munro, financial advisor, talking about how to collect back benefits from social security.