About this Book
In the United States, the nine digits that make up your Social Security Number (SSN) may be the most important numbers in your life. You are required to obtain an SSN when you start your professional life with your first job, and it will remain with you forever. We use our SSNs daily, though sometimes not even realize.
Important as it is, we can not know much about the origin of our particular number and how SSNs are determined. Indeed, we are aware that we do not want someone else to use our SSN, especially not 40 thousand people, as happened to a woman, as we will see shortly.
In this eBook, we’ll talk to the program of social insurance started and answered some common questions about the SSNs.
We’ll also talk about the procedures to be taken in case of loss or theft of your card and how you can handle and prevent fraud Social Security. But first, we’ll tell you what your numbers are, what they mean and how you get the specific number that will have for the rest of your life.