My Social Security

Important Client Information

Receive important updates and information in this section.

It is now possible for Social Security beneficiaries to verify benefits on-line by creating a ‘my account’ on  This account provides access to benefit amounts, Medicare start date and earnings. Other uses include changing address and phone number and direct deposit information. Beneficiaries will have to provide their EIN number to their local office.

FOR SSDI RECIPIENTS:  You can now report your earnings and correct them as well via a SSA My Account.  

TIP:   If your job is not listed within your My Account, you would need to reach out to SSA to report it.  

A ‘Benefits verification’ letter can also be obtained to provide proof of the following:

  • Proof of Income (when applying for a loan, mortgage, assisted housing, or benefits)
  • Current Medicare health insurance coverage
  • Retirement or disability status
  • Age

To Create or Log into your personal ‘my Social Security AccountClick Here

For instructions on How to Create an Online SSA ‘My Account’ and obtain a
verification letter Click Here

As a beneficiary, it is essential that you know the complete status of your ticket and earnings. The BPQY reveals the most recent information recorded by the Social Security Administration and provides an analysis of disability cash benefits, health insurance, scheduled medical reviews, earnings, and work history.

To Obtain a BPQY: Simply contact our Benefits Manager/CWIC, Teresa Ellinger, at  She can obtain the BPQY for you.  

All clients are required to report earnings and employment changes to Employment Options AND your local Social Security office. Not reporting your income to the SSA regularly could result in over-payment status and cause a reduction or loss of disability benefits.

Your local SSA office should have a Ticket to Work Authorized Claims Rep.

To locate your local Social Security office nearest you, click here.


Report Your Income Via Your Smartphone:  SSI recipients can now report income on a smartphone by going to Google Play or Apple store on a smartphone and/or tablet.  Download the SSI wage reporting app by searching for “SSA Mobile Wage Reporting” or click below to download the app.

Google Play Store (Android) – Download the Wage Reporting App
Apple App Store – Download the Wage Reporting App

If you are receiving disability SSI and working, most states have a safety net that allows you to keep your Medicaid when your earnings exceed the break-even point.  This program, the 1619B, should happen automatically if you are reporting your gross earnings to SSA on a monthly basis.  There is no form to fill out.