When it comes to disability, you’ve probably heard about disability that is based on Social Security and how much you’ve worked. This is called Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) and is based on work credits. Children are eligible for a different program called Supplemental Security Income (SSI disability) that is not based on work credits. […]Read More
If you are planning a pregnancy, you should consider a short-term disability policy. Many employers provide this insurance, so that is definitely an option. It is taxable, and most employers will deduct the payments from your paycheck. Talk to your company’s human resources representative about it. You’ve probably heard of family leave laws; these federal […]Read More
If you are a loved one collect SSI (Supplemental Security Income) then you know that your income level and assets are a big factor in determining your future SSI eligibility. In fact, the SSA has very strict, although somewhat complicated, rules in place about how much a person is allowed to earn in a given […]Read More
You may have questions in regarding working while receiving Social Security benefits. There are factors that feed into this that will affect your payments. These factors include both your age and the amount of money that you’re earning. What age has to do with it: – You can apply online if you are at least […]Read More
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