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"How Far Back Does Social Security Check Your Bank Account"

Knowing how far back the Social Security Administration (SSA) will look at your bank account for their own documents is important. The majority of people who are affected by this are those individuals who receive Social Security benefits. The SSA will often review financial records to determine if any discrepancies exist in the amount of money being received and reported.

The SSA looks back three years from when a claim is made, with some variations depending on individual circumstances. For those who have started receiving Social Security retirement benefits, the SSA will then look back two years prior to that date. Bank statements and other financial documentation must be provided within these given timeframes in order to verify income sources and activity on an applicant’s bank accounts. This includes deposits, withdrawals, transfers, etc., all of which can affect a person’s monthly Social Security payments and eligibility status for future benefits.

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