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Can Social Security Legally Check My Bank Account?

When it comes to managing your Social Security benefits, one of the questions many people ask is whether or not Social Security can legally check their bank accounts. The short answer is no, Social Security cannot legally check someone's bank account without their permission.

Social Security does have the authority to access certain financial information from individuals who receive benefits from the program. However, this access is limited and requires authorization from both parties involved. For example, if you are receiving disability benefits through Social Security, they may request additional financial documentation such as income tax returns or bank statements in order to verify your eligibility for those benefits. You will be asked to provide a written consent form that authorizes them to access any of these documents before they can do so. This same process applies if you are applying for Supplemental Security Income (SSI).

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