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What Are Social Security Survivors' Benefits?
What Are Social Security Survivors' Benefits?

Most people avoid thinking about their own mortality. We thinking about living, having experiences, and building memories with the ones we love. Unfortunately, we don’t live forever and we have to plan for death, which is inevitable. When a worker dies, it’s not only ...

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Blog posts in Social Security Disability

  • Social Security’s Compassionate Allowances

    When we’re young, full of energy and healthy, most of us don’t think that one day we’ll become disabled and unable to work, but the truth is that it ...

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  • Are You Thinking About Applying for Disability Benefits?

    Once you begin working and paying taxes, you start paying into the Social Security system. This happens automatically when Social Security taxes are ...

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  • SSDI: Test Your Knowledge!

    Are you interested in applying for Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits? If so, you probably have a lot of questions about disability, how it ...

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  • Can I Get SSDI for PTSD?

    Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a mental disorder that develops after someone witnesses or directly experiences a traumatic event, such as a ...

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  • Can I Get SSDI & SSI at the Same Time?

    If you have become disabled and now your medical condition is keeping you from working and providing for yourself or your family, or both, you may be ...

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  • Are Social Security Survivor Benefits for Kids Taxable?

    According to the Social Security Administration (SSA), in 2017, the SSA distributed around $2.6 billion each month to roughly 4.2 million children ...

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  • Does Child Support Come Out of SSDI and SSI?

    In all states, parents are legally obligated to financially support their children whether they’re married or not, employed or not, disabled, ...

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  • Medical Evidence in a Disability Claim

    When people apply for Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits, the SSA will need to see medical evidence that supports the applicant’s claim. In ...

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  • Bipolar Disorder & SSDI

    Bipolar disorder was previously known as “manic depression.” Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition characterized by extreme mood swings. When ...

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