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    July 19, 2016 Breakfast Program - Social Security Information for HR

    Date: July 19, 2016, 8:00am – 10:00am
    Westchester Human Resource Management Association
    Pleasantville Country Club
    110 Nannahagan Rd.
    Pleasantville, NY 10570
    See Registration Fees below
    Event Type:
    Breakfast Program
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    What Human Resources Professionals Need to Know About Social Security

    Human Resource professionals are involved with designing retirement plans.  In the process they need to understand what social security covers and how to make sure the employee checks to make sure his or her record is accurate.

    This session will take HR professionals through the process that employees should use to see that their benefits are accurate and that their credits and demographic information is correct.

    There is some requested pre-work prior to attending this session which listed below:

    Take one simple step right now to make the most of your participation in the upcoming WHRMA meeting on Social Security; register today for your personal My Social Security account at

    My Social Security is the safest, easiest and fastest way to access your annual Social Security Statement, a free, personalized financial planning tool that shows how much you’ve earned over the years and what you can expect to receive from Social Security when you retire. Your Statement is available to you online through your My Social Security account at

    For most people, registering for your personal My Social Security account takes only a few minutes, after which you will have immediate access to your annual Social Security Statement. You register only once and then can log in to view your Statement using your personally selected User Name and password. Just follow the easy instructions in our fact sheet, How to Create an Online Account.

    Review your Social Security Statement at least once a year to make sure that your name, date of birth and the last four digits of your Social Security Number are correct and that your earnings are accurately recorded. Since your monthly Social Security retirement benefit will be based on your highest 35 years of work, your Statement should show your full work history.

    If you are married, make sure your spouse registers for his or her My Social Security account, too.


    1.            Go to and sign up today for your personal My Social Security account.

     2.           Review your annual Social Security Statement. (If you’re married, make sure that your spouse registers for his or her My Social Security account, too.)

    3.            Download or print your Statement so that you have it with you during the conversation.

    About Our Presenter  Bernard Rosen, Social Security Administration

    Bernard Rosen is a Public Affairs Specialist at the Social Security Administration.  The Social Security Administration delivers Social Security services that meet the changing needs of the public. These services are delivered through a nationwide network of over 1,400 offices in the U.S. that include regional offices and field offices.

    Registration Fees


    • Online with credit card: $35.00
    • Walk In/No advance registration: $50.00 (check or exact cash)



    • Online with credit card: $40.00
    • Walk In/No advance registration: $50.00 (check or exact cash)

    Click HERE to Register NOW!


    If you have a problem registering online, send an email to or contact: Vicki Rowe,  or phone 914-287-4028.

    HR Certification InstituteSHRM-CP / SHRM-SCP Preferred Provider
    This program will be submitted recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) and SHRM for SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification credits.