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No, Social Security recipients aren’t getting an extra $200 per month

Social Security

Social Security benefits are taxable for some people, depending on their income

Taxes

Yes, some families may see a drop in SNAP benefits after getting an increase in Social Security payments

Social Security

Yes, some children can receive Social Security benefits based on their parents’ earnings

Social Security

Yes, you can collect Social Security benefits based on your ex-spouse’s earnings

Social Security

The top 5 VERIFY viewer questions of 2022

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Social Security recipients won’t receive a bonus payment in December

Social Security

Social Security survivors benefits: VERIFY Fact Sheet

Social Security

No, President Biden is not directly responsible for largest Social Security benefit increase in 10 years

Social Security

Cuts to Social Security and Medicare detailed in viral image aren't part of House GOP plan

Social Security

Here's how much Medicare premiums will cost in 2023

Money

No, people born in 1960 won’t earn less in Social Security benefits due to a payment formula quirk

Social Security

Yes, Social Security’s 2023 cost-of-living increase is the highest since 1981

Social Security

Yes, Social Security's cost-of-living adjustment for 2023 is expected to be higher than average

Social Security

Bill proposes extra $2,400 per year in Social Security benefits, but it hasn’t passed

Social Security

Medicare ads that claim to put money back in your Social Security check need context

Social Security