There are many reasons why you may not be able to receive benefits from Social Security. Find out the reason..

There are some people who do not qualify for Social Security benefit.

A total of 60 million people receive Social Security benefits each year, according to the Social Security Administration.

It is easy to qualify. To qualify for Social Security benefits, beneficiaries must work for a certain number of years and wait until a certain age to retire.

There are, however, some people who cannot claim Social Security benefits.

Who is ineligible for Social Security benefits?

First thing is that you have an immense debt to the federal government.

A federal debt may prevent you from receiving Social Security benefits. 

In the case of student loans, the government may take a certain amount from your benefits to repay the debt. 

It is possible to have the majority of your benefits withheld if you owe a lot on loans, taxes, alimony, or child support. 

You didn't work long enough

In order to qualify for a pension, workers must earn 40 credits.  

A person who failed to pay Social Security taxes for ten years cannot receive SSA benefits.

MOVed  to another country

US citizens living in Cuba and North Korea cannot receive Social Security payments from the Treasury Department, according to Katie Brockman. 

Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Azerbaijan are among the other countries that the United States cannot reach. 

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