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Most Popular Social Security Questions Part 6

What happens if I have Medicare?   If an individual currently has Medicare parts A and B, they do not need to take any action because they are already participating in Medicare. The Medicare Part B premium is paid from

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Most Popular Social Security Questions Part 5

What happens when I hit full retirement age? In most cases of hitting full retirement age, the benefit amount will remain the same and nothing needs to be done. You only get one benefit (Social Security retirement benefits) when you

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Most Popular Social Security Questions Part 4

Are Social Security disability benefits taxable? It is important to note that Social Security disability benefits may be taxable according to the same rules that apply to standard Social Security retirement benefits. The taxability of these benefits is determined by

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Most Popular Social Security Questions Part 3

Can you work while on disability? The Social Security Administration (SSA) has rules that regulate your ability to work while on disability. It is important to note that people on SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance) are approved for benefits because

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Most Popular Social Security Questions Part 2

  What are all the benefits associated with Social Security disability? The most notable benefit from Social Security disability claim is that the benefits receiver automatically eligible for health care coverage through Medicare after 24 months. This doesn’t usually start

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Most Popular Social Security Questions Part 1

What is the maximum Social Security disability benefit? As of 2022, the maximum Social Security disability benefit that can be received is $3,345 per month, a noticeable increase from $3,148 per month from the previous year. It is the same

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Long COVID Is Hard To Prove Part 2

Long COVID sufferers applying for disability benefits are being denied high volume due to the general lack of understanding when it comes to symptoms that arise from long COVID. In cases where benefits are awarded it is not the symptom

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Long COVID Is Hard To Prove

The SSA denied 66% of disability claims between 2008 and 2019. The Government Accountability Office found that between 2014 and 2019, 48,000 people (1.3% of applicants) went bankrupt while waiting for decisions on their disability appeals. Nearly 110,000 people died

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The Social Security Disability Review (Part 6)

What you will need for proof of work: employer’s name hiring date hours worked pay stubs It is better to be prepared with the above than waiting for the last minute. Missing information can easily result in claim denial. Be

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The Social Security Disability Review (Part 5)

Medical paperwork will need to be submitted. Specifically, patient records for any type of medical treatment you’ve received after becoming disabled. Proper communication with previous and current care providers is crucial since it will likely be required to share the

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