What Is A Social Security Benefit Verification Letter?

Social Security Verification Letter

The Social Security Benefit Verification Letter, sometimes called a    “budget letter”, a “proof of income letter”, or a “proof of award letter” serves as proof of your retirement, disability, social security or medicare benefits. You may use your letter for loans, housing assistance, mortgage, and for other income verification purposes. You can also use it to prove you do not receive benefits, have applied for benefits, or that you have never received social security benefits.

In addition to name, date of birth, and benefits received, the Social Security Benefit Verification letter includes other identifiers to prevent misuse and fraud.

If you already have a Social Security Account sign into your account and go to “Replace Documents” on the right side of the screen; and then choose a “Benefit Verification Letter” to view, save and print your letter. Go To This Link

If you do not yet have a Social Security Account, create a free Social Security Account and download your letter for free at this link:


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