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Social Security will cut paper statements — again

January 20, 2017

Social Security logoSay goodbye to receiving your Social Security statements in your mailbox — yet again.

The Social Security Administration announced in a blog post that it would send fewer statements in the mail in an attempt to cut down costs.

Only individuals who are 60 and over, who aren’t receiving benefits and who don’t have a My Social Security account online will get paper statements. These statements detail information on your earnings, your estimated benefits, and the contributions you’ve paid via payroll taxes.

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