Your Last Day Of Work And Why It Matters To The Social Security Administration
For those unable to work at their jobs because of a medical issue, the Social Security Administration (SSA) may provide monetary benefits on a monthly basis. It's not easy to determine eligibility for benefits, however. The SSA uses complex financial information about your income within a certain period of time along with other medical and vocational information when figuring out your eligibility and the amount of your monthly benefit. All of that means that the day you last worked is of the utmost importance when you apply for benefits.