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Kitty4670
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24 Sep 2022, 6:20 pm

I know people should only have 2,000 in their bank. My question is, does the SSI look at only the checking account? I have a saving account too. I been wanting to ask for years, I keep forgetting to post this.


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24 Sep 2022, 7:21 pm

Social Security looks at all your bank accounts.


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26 Sep 2022, 3:27 am

blazingstar wrote:
Social Security looks at all your bank accounts.
Yel but they also look at other types of accounts like stocks, bonds, mutual funds, & life insurance policies to name a few.


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