BUTin accordance with Social Security Administrationn more than 60 million people receive Benefits of SSA annually.
The qualification is not as difficult as people think. la sOfficial beneficiaries of security must work a certain number of years and wait for a certain retirement age.
However, not everyone can qualify for Social Security benefits.
Who is not eligible for social benefits?
– You have a huge debt to the federal government:
If you owe money to the federal government, you ineligible for Social Security benefits.
For example, if you miss federal student loan debtthe government may take a certain amount from your benefits to pay it off.
The federal government may take a certain amount of your SSA benefits if you owe taxes.
“If you owe a lot of money to uunpaid loans, taxes, alimony, or child supportyou may be withheld most of your benefits to cover these debts, ”said Katie Brockman.
You haven’t worked long enough:
in Social Security Administration orders workers to earn 40 credits be entitled to a pension.
If you didn’t pay social security taxes you are not eligible for SSA benefits for 10 years.
Moved to another country without the right to benefits:
You may be receiving SSA benefits in another country.
Nonetheless United States can’t send SSA check to different countries.
If you move to CubaThe US will not send you a check due to a number of restrictions.
“The Treasury Department prohibits sending Social Security payments to US citizens residing in Cuba or North Korea,” Katie Brockman said.
The United States cannot reach countries such as Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.
No, some beneficiaries have exceptions.
Are Social Security benefits going up?
Retiree collecting welfare program and people receiving more benefits from SSA will receive more money next year.
You will see significant growth in 2023 due to inflation and cost of living adjustment.
The Social Security Administration said the cost-of-living adjustment would increase between 7.3% and 10.8% by 2023.
For 2023 the maximum pension payment is $4,194.