Social Security is one of the most popular federal programs. It provides American workers with retirement, disability, and survivor’s benefits – among others. 66 million adults and children depend on Social Security for financial stability. We hear a lot of information — and misinformation — about Social Security. Sometimes it’s hard to separate fact from fiction. “Social Security: Here Today, Here Tomorrow” is a public education campaign to help Americans better understand this vital program. We are holding a series of town halls across the country, sponsored by AARP, between June and November, 2023. You can attend in person or watch live video streams — and get answers to your Social Security questions from a panel of VIP experts. Special guests include Former Social Security Commissioner Carolyn Colvin.
Register here for one of our Social Security town halls. Admission is free! Reserve now as seating is limited. Locations include:
Richmond, VA: June 27, 2023
Philadelphia, PA: July 26, 2023
Lansing, MI: September 19, 2023 9:00am Special tv telecast on WLAJ, WLNS, WOTV
Watch this 2-minute video to see how Social Security benefits Americans of all ages — and learn more about our “Social Security: Here Today, Here Tomorrow” town halls across the U.S.
Social Security is an invaluable program — but sometimes it can be complicated. How much do you really know about Social Security? Test your knowledge today by taking this quiz!
The Social Security Administration (SSA) offers a benefit calculator. Many things can affect your benefit level, including your lifetime wages and marital status.
Did you know that most workers claim benefits before their full retirement age? Claiming early reduces your monthly benefits for life. Read more here.
We welcome inquiries from the news media. The National Committee provides interviews, insights, and research information about Social Security to national and local news outlets. Contact our media relations team here and we’ll get right back to you!