Wage Reporting

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It is the beginning of a fresh, new year—time to wash our hands of 2020 and all its misfortunes. Most people spend the first week of a new year deciding on what their New Years’ resolution is and how they plan to implement it into their life. But don’t forget! If you are currently employed and receiving SSI or SSDI, one of the most important tasks to accomplish within the first six days of each month is reporting your wages.

It is vital to report your gross wages within this time to prevent underpayments or over payments, which will end up being deducted from your benefits when you least expect it. It is up to you or your representative payee to remember to take care of this duty.

Be sure to have a copy of your paycheck stub or your direct deposit information and do one of the following:

• Call or visit your local Social Security Office.
• Securely email your wage information to your Employment Network.
• Create an account with my Social Security online wage reporting tool.

When you assign your ticket to Polishing the Professional, we take care of this task for you! Call (310) 338-9600 to learn more about our services!


About the Author:

As the Career Center Manager (CCM), Lorraine Brown is the glue that keeps our program operating efficiently and effectively. She is the linkage between the clients, staff, and community resources. Ms. Brown organizes program activities and ensures the program has the required assets, tools, and resources needed to serve our clients effectively. The CCM conducts assessments and consults with the client’s management and support team to determine the appropriate direction. The CCM manages the career center employment specialists, career center assistants, and career center professional development coaches.
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