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Stop, Look & Listen: Railroad Retirement Benefits Q&A

Answers are provided by Robert S. Kaufman

Change of Address

(Posted March 1, 1998)

Question 10: Do I need a special form from the U.S. Railroad Retirement Board to change my address on their records? M. C. Baer Homestead, PA.

Answer:

No, you do not have to use a special form to change you address on the U. S. Railroad Retirement Board's records. All you need to do is call or write to the nearest RRB office and report your new address. Be sure you include your full RRB Claim Number and name exactly as it appears on the RRB records. You can locate the nearest RRB office on the WEB(see answer to Question#9). It's very important that the RRB has your current address in their records even if your payments are sent directly to a bank or other financial institution. This way the RRB will be able to contact you when necessary, and you will recive important mailings throughout the year. Robert S. Kaufman


Important notice:

Answers are provided as general guidance on the subjects covered in the question and are not provided as legal advice to the questioner or to readers. Any legal issues should be reviewed by your legal counsel to apply the law to the particular facts of this and similar situations.

The law in this area changes frequently. Answers are believed to be correct as of the posting dates shown. The completeness or accuracy of a particular answer may be affected by changes in the law (statutes, regulations, rulings, court decisions, etc.) that occur after the date on which a particular Q&A is posted.


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