Getting Social Security statements will now be more annoying for some

If you don’t like text messaging — or don’t use it — you won’t like this new change to getting information about Social Security benefits.

Starting this month, people who want to log on to the “my Social Security” site — which allows them to view Social Security statements online, get replacement cards and more — will need to have a text-enabled cellphone.

Users won’t be able to access the site without entering both their username and password (as in the past) and a code texted to you by the SSA. (Once you enter your username and password to the site, your code will be texted to you.

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