What is the different between the Social Security Administration Award Letter andthe Social Security Printout?
The Social Security Administration Award Letter is a letter that the resident usually receives in late November stating their awarded monthly benefit amount for the following year. Generally, the Award Letter is valid for one (1) year (12 months). The Social Security Printout, on the other hand, is generally requested by the resident and shows the current monthly payments received. Printouts are valid for 120 days.
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