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After those expenses are paid, your payee can use the rest of the money to pay any past-due bills you may have, support your dependents or provide entertainment for you.If there is money left over, your payee should save it for you.The payee must keep accurate records of your payments and how they are spent and regularly report that information to Social Security.Your payee also should share that information with you.If you live in an institution, such as a nursing home or a hospital, the payee should pay the cost of your care and provide money for your personal needs.We try to select someone who knows you and wants to help you.
Our main concern is that your payee is someone who can see you often and who knows what your needs are.
For that reason, if you're living with someone who helps you, we usually select that person to be your payee.
If you're reading this, you probably are one of several million people who receive monthly Social Security benefits or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments and need help in managing your personal money affairs.
In that case, Social Security has carefully selected a person, or an organization, to help you by being your "Representative Payee".
The information you read here should help you better understand why you have a payee and how the payee helps you.
We have included some frequently asked questions and answers.