Social Security (SSI & SSDI) Benefit Payments Schedule 2023

Social Security (SSI & SSDI) Benefit Payments Schedule 2023

The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides monthly benefits to retired Americans, disabled workers, and survivor spouses. If you worked during the course of your life and paid into the social security system, you will be eligible to apply to receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits following a disabling illness or injury. Supplemental Security Income […]

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 What Happens When You Report Someone for Disability Fraud?

What Happens When You Report Someone for Disability Fraud?

Reporting someone to the Social Security Administration or to another federal law enforcement agency is a serious decision that can have life-changing consequences. In this blog post, we’ll explain what constitutes disability fraud, what penalties can be imposed on someone who is caught defrauding the government to obtain disability benefits, and how you would go […]

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 How Much Social Security Will I Get At Age 63?

How Much Social Security Will I Get At Age 63?

A common misconception about Social Security is that you must wait to collect retirement benefits until you reach reaching age 65 It is wrong for two reasons: The age at which you become eligible for full retirement benefits through Social Security may be older than 65 depending on the year you were born, and early […]

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 Social Security Disability Rules After Age 50 and 60

Social Security Disability Rules After Age 50 and 60

If you are among those who think of Social Security as only for the elderly, consider the fact that one in four of 20-year-old workers suffer a disabling illness or injury before they reach retirement age. Until you or a member of your family becomes disabled, you may not realize the number of people who […]

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 How Much Does Long-Term Disability Pay?

How Much Does Long-Term Disability Pay?

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSD or SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are two programs that provide financial support payments to people suffering from physical or mental impairments that are long-term disabilities. Long-Term Disability v. Short Term Disability The Social Security Administration has volumes of rules and regulations defining all the terminology and applying all […]

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 When Is It Too Late to Get a Lawyer for a Car Accident?

When Is It Too Late to Get a Lawyer for a Car Accident?

The sooner you contact an experienced car accident lawyer, the greater will be the benefits you and your family receive following an automobile collision. The days after a car accident are often filled with worries about important pressing and practical matters. First among them is the health and well-being of the people involved in the […]

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 What Illnesses Qualify For Short And Long-Term Disability?

What Illnesses Qualify For Short And Long-Term Disability?

If you are struggling with a disability like chronic illness or complications from a severe and long-term injury, the disability itself may not be the only thing that you’re struggling with. You may also find yourself facing other struggles too, many of which are financial. Without question, having a disability that renders you unable to […]

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