The Social Security Administration says a little more than 6 percent of people using its Web site come via smartphones.
This week’s Your Money column discusses a proposal included in President Obama’s budget that would slow the rate at which Social Security benefits increase over time.
Drawing your Social Security benefits as soon as you are eligible can affect your long-term well-being, while deferring them offers a savings rate hard to find anywhere else.
A back-and-forth about SSI, my reporting and how best to make progress on poverty.
A tentative settlement was reached in a class-action lawsuit singling out five Social Security administrative law judges with particularly high denial rates.
Readers share their tales of attempts to get help from caseworkers who do constituent services work for their elected representatives.
A shift by the Social Security Administration to limit access to its death records is beginning to slow research, such as assessments of hospital safety and efforts to spot consumer fraud.