What’s the Biggest Thing Happening With Social Security? A New Proposal. | Part 1

Although it is not official, a new proposal involving Social Security could possibly be added to a list of Social Security changes coming in 2022. House lawmakers held a hearing to consider a new Social Security proposal on Tuesday, which

Social Security in the Year 2022: A Look Ahead | Part 3

Work credits are getting harder to earn and going into 2022 will prove quite a challenge for those seeking them. Social Security benefits aren’t given out automatically, they literally must be earned. A person needs to earn 40 work credits

Social Security in the Year 2022: A Look Ahead | Part 2

Looking closer at taxes going into 2022 it is evident that there are some changes on the horizon. The number have changed and it’s any Social Security disability applicant’s job to be ready to handle these changes and plan accordingly.

Social Security in the Year 2022: A Look Ahead | Part 1

Social Security can change from one year to the next which is why you will always find the most updated information on Social Security right here in this blog. Changes can easily be missed since Social Security changes won’t always

Social Security Quiz: How Well Do You Understand Social Security? | ANSWERS

Here are the answers from theinsurance company MassMutual’s Social Security knowledge quiz: If I take benefits before my full retirement age, they will be reduced for early filing. (T) If I am receiving benefits before my full retirement age and

Does Long COVID Could Qualify as a Disability Under the American Disabilities Act?

On July 26, President Biden announced that long COVID could soon qualify as a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This new designation would allow people with long COVID to access federal resources and protections. What the ADA

The AARP Is In Favor Of Getting A Social Security Disability Attorney | Part 2

There is one good reason to keep with the original filing. That is that the day the filer files their initial claim is called their “protective filing date,” which allows them in some cases to claim back pay going back

The AARP Is In Favor Of Getting A Social Security Disability Attorney | Part 1

The AARP recently published some advice for what to do in that situation. According to the organization’s website, which cited a staff attorney with the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives, claimants have the choice of either appealing that

2034: The Year Social Security Disability Benefits Get Cut | Part 2

Social Security has two programs, one for retirees and another that provides disability benefits. The government said the Old-Age and Survivors Insurance Trust Fund will become unable to pay full benefits starting in 2033, a year earlier than projected last

2034: The Year Social Security Disability Benfits Get Cut | Part 1

2034 is looking to be a bad year for Social Security. It is the year Social Security’s trust funds will become unable to pay full benefits according to it’s trustees in the most recent estimate. The clock is ticking for