TALLAHASSEE, Florida — Registration is now open for the 2021 Florida Senior Games, presented by Humana. The 30th Anniversary Florida Senior Games, will be held December 4-12 in the Greater Fort Lauderdale area, with Pickleball being played, December 16-19, also in the Greater Fort Lauderdale area.
Write down the benefits of obtaining a college degree and, more than likely, all the items on the completed list will relate to graduates: higher salaries, autonomous jobs, and better access to health care, for instance. All of those factors, supported by extensive research, help draw a direct line connecting higher education and health. Similar research suggests how the education of parents affects their children.
We Take Pride In Having Provided Vital Benefits And Services To This Great Nation For 86 Years. America Has A Diverse Population With A Variety Of Needs. To Meet Those Diverse Needs, We’ve Created Web Pages That Speak Directly To Groups Of People Who May Need Information About Our Programs And Services.These Pages Are Easy To Share With Friends And Family On Social Media. Here Are Just A Few Resources That Might Help You Or Someone You Love:
Our online learning resources for educators are great for teaching people about Social Security! Chances are a student will know someone who receives retirement or disability benefits. This could be a way to relate our many programs to a new audience, and show them that our programs help people other than retirees. Understanding how Social Security helps wounded warriors, and children and adults with disabilities can lead to greater empathy and provide a path to inspired learning.
Keeping you informed about our benefits and services is important to us. Preparing for retirement is one of the most significant decisions you can make and we’re here to help. A great place to start is our retirement portal at www.ssa.gov/benefits/retirement.
At Social Security, we strive to deliver great customer service and easy-to-access information about our programs. Our Spanish-language website, http://www.ssa.gov/espanol, provides information for those whose primary language is Spanish. There, your family and friends can learn about how to get a Social Security card, plan for retirement, apply for benefits, manage their benefits, and much more.
One day in 1939, Ida May Fuller stopped by the local Social Security office in her hometown of Rutland, Vermont to inquire about Social Security benefits. She knew she had been paying into Social Security, and wanted to learn more. The following year, she received the very first Social Security benefit payment — $22.54 — arriving as check number 00-000-001. Ida’s story still holds lessons for women today — and it started with her getting the information she needed.
The most convenient way to change your direct deposit information with us is by creating a mySocial Securityaccount online at www.ssa.gov/myaccount. Once you create your account, you can update your bank information from anywhere.