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Jess

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My father is only 60 yrs. old and on disabiltiy. Recently we got a deal on social security, saying he hadn't payed in on it in so many years so i (his daughter), can't get social security. The only reason i want it is to help pay for my college. My dad did pay on it years ago, but when he started work for the railroad, he payed in on a retirment account. so , do i get social security or what. There are people out there who've never payed it and they get it.

jess
 


I AM ALWAYS LIABLE

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Arial, Helvetica, Verdana">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Jess:
My father is only 60 yrs. old and on disabiltiy. Recently we got a deal on social security, saying he hadn't payed in on it in so many years so i (his daughter), can't get social security. The only reason i want it is to help pay for my college. My dad did pay on it years ago, but when he started work for the railroad, he payed in on a retirment account. so , do i get social security or what. There are people out there who've never payed it and they get it.

jess
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My response:

It might be a good time for you to talk to a Social Security counselor. Call your local office to make an appointment.

IAAL




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jess

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Thanks, but do you think they'll give it to me. After all, they are telling my dad he doesn't have enough "credits". Also, would i get back s.s.? thanks again
 
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lars coltrane

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If you are not interested in a counseler, then try to find a lawyer who handles ss claims. They are around, though they may be harder to find.

good luck.
 

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