Social Security Says Goodbye to Paper Checks

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You may have heard that the Social Security Administration is switching from paper checks to direct deposits for all people who receive benefits from the agency. New beneficiaries had to switch as of May 1, 2011. Those currently receiving benefits have until March 1, 2013, to make the change.

The Social Security Administration has a page on their Web site dedicated to questions and answers about the electronic system. You can read all about it here. These are the first few questions and answer...

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