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  • Tips for Applying for Disability
    Tips for Applying for Disability

    If you are disabled and seriously considering applying for Social Security Disability , you’ve probably heard people say something to the effect of, “It’s nearly impossible to get approved!” To an ...

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  • Social Security is Important to Young People Too
    Social Security is Important to Young People Too

    Social Security does more than provide benefits to disabled and retired workers, it helps America’s families too. According to the Social Security Administration (SSA), by the end of 2013, over 3 ...

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  • SSI Disability Income Limits: What Is Considered Income?
    SSI Disability Income Limits: What Is Considered Income?

    For 2014, the federal benefit rate (FBR) is $721 a month for an individual, and $1,082 for a couple . This FBR describes the maximum benefit payment, as well as the income limit for Supplemental ...

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  • Do I Have to Be a U.S. Citizen to Apply for Social Security Disability?
    Do I Have to Be a U.S. Citizen to Apply for Social Security Disability?

    Not necessarily. For non-citizens who have paid certain taxes and are lawful permanent residents or are on valid nonimmigrant visas, it might be possible to collect Social Security Disability ...

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  • Appealing Disability Insurance Denials: Will You Win?
    Appealing Disability Insurance Denials: Will You Win?

    If you are interested in appealing disability insurance, you should talk with an attorney. A lot of disability claims are denied the first time around but on the second attempt they may be accepted ...

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  • Benefits Cut Imminent for SSDI Recipients?
    Benefits Cut Imminent for SSDI Recipients?

    According to NBC News, disabled recipients of Social Security may be facing a hefty benefits cut. According to the reports, the SSA's reserves may run dry as soon as 2016 if the lawmakers don't act ...

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