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What Happens After My SSDI Hearing?

It is normal to wonder, even before your disability hearing, what to expect once you appear before the judge. While there is no way to be certain what will happen, there are a few guidelines [...]



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How to Protect Your Social Security Number

July 14th, 2015|Tags: , |

After recent announcements that computer hackers had stolen more than 21 million Social Security numbers, you may be concerned about the security of your own Social Security number. This comes on top of other large scale security breaches recently that include the theft of personal information from federal employees, Target, Macy’s, and Neiman Marcus. So if you are concerned about what you can do to make sure your Social Security number stays safe, make sure [...]

American Public Favors Strengthening Social Security

June 1st, 2015|Tags: |

While Social Security continues to provide vital economic support to millions of disabled and retired individuals, children, and widows, there are long-term funding concerns which need to be addressed to keep the program fiscally sound for generations to come. The opinions of ordinary Americans should be of paramount importance in the continuing debate over proposed changes to Social Security. In other words: what solutions are favored by the people who would be most affected by [...]

SSI and Presumptive Disability

March 13th, 2015|Tags: , , |

Individuals applying for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) may be eligible to receive benefits while their disability application is pending if they qualify for presumptive disability. SSI is a monthly benefit paid out of a Federal program funded by general tax revenues to individuals who are blind or disabled. Unlike SSDI, SSI does not require work credits to qualify; it's based instead

If you can’t work because of a chronic disease or long term injury , you may qualify for SSDI or SSI benefits

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