Many lenders will accept your bank account showing your monthly benefit that was deposited, since they can add the $121.80/month for Medicare (if you're at least age 65).
If they won't accept that, then your best bet if time is of the essence, then you can set up an account online where you can get that information, see below:
You can also call SS at 1-***-***-**** and request the information.
Or you can request a copy at your local SSA office.
If you can't set up an account with SS online, and you need to call, I've brought in my bank account showing the deposits every month with the promise that I will get proof from SSA, and that was accepted.
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