The Social Security Administration (SSA) says users have no need to log in to their accounts under new reforms to make the system more secure and to better manage their finances.
The changes are effective starting on Jan. 1, 2018.
Social Security’s website says, “You don’t have to log into your account for 30 days after the date of the enactment of this act.
Social security benefits are available to all beneficiaries.
You can access them by calling the Social Security toll-free number.”
Social Security’s new login systems are similar to ones used by most U.S. employers, like the ones used for workers in the U.K.’s General Labour Board.
Social workers and other employees have to create accounts to take advantage of benefits.
But under the new system, it is a single user’s choice whether or not to take part.
“If you choose not to do it, it will not be a problem for you to do so,” said Susan Deitch, director of the SSA’s Office of Retirement and Disability Programs.
The agency says that new benefits are only available to beneficiaries who have a valid SSN or are covered under the Workers’ Compensation Act, which means most older Americans and people with disabilities are eligible.
Social media also is the easiest way for the public to access the benefits.
Under the new law, the Social Services Administration will allow anyone to sign up for benefits.
The agency says there are about 8 million people enrolled in the Social Service Retirement System.
The number is expected to grow.
The SSA will continue to help people sign up, with an online application and by mail.
In addition, the agency will continue providing online help with getting help with income taxes, retirement, health and life insurance and more.
Social Security benefits are made available for up to five years, and the agency says the cost of benefits is reduced for each year of the system.
The new system is supposed to provide benefits for the last 10 years of a beneficiary’s life.
“We know that people who have been at home or on the job for a long time are more likely to be able to maintain a stable income than those who are employed,” Deitch said.
Social Service benefits are also available to people who are deceased and not in the labor force.
The last time a deceased person could take advantage was when Social Security benefits were available to their family members.
The new changes have been controversial among lawmakers and some in the disability community.
The Social Services Association of America, which represents workers’ groups, said the new benefits don’t go far enough and that it will fight them in court.
“It’s not fair to the elderly, disabled or people who need social security,” said SSA President David Shulkin.