Applying Social Security Disability In A Post-Covid Environment

For readers of this blog “experience” is a term that has been used extensively on here but it is a critical factor more than ever. COVID-19 hasn’t stopped people from claiming social security disability benefits completely but it has slowed

Why It’s More Important Than Ever To Attain A Social Security Disability Attorney | Part 3

COVID-19: Social Security Disability’s “Wild Card” Beneficiaries of Social Security and Medicare have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic since payroll taxes were affected by several COVID-19-related reasons however, the light at the end of the tunnel, Social Security actuaries

Why It’s More Important Than Ever To Attain A Social Security Disability Attorney | Part 2

An experienced social security disability attorney gives anyone the best chance at claiming their maximum benefit amount without interruption. For those hesitant to contact a social security disability attorney due to cost not to worry because disability attorneys charge a

Why It’s More Important Than Ever To Attain A Social Security Disability Attorney | Part 1

With the onset of the Coronavirus pandemic Sometimes, getting the ball rolling on such claims can require the services of an attorney. If you’re filing such a claim, there are some things you should know. A big misconception about Social

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

The insurance company Mass Mutual recently put together a Social Security knowledge quiz. The format is true or false and may educate people a little better about a system which many people rely on and continue to rely on. If

What Can Retirees Do About The Shortfall?

Retirees don’t have control over inflation, or over how much of a Social Security benefits increase they get. Doing some part-time work to pick up the slack may be an option (just be aware of the possible effect working could

Why Are Retirees Losing Ground When It Comes To Social Security Benefits?

“COLA” “COLA” “COLA.” Anyone following the continuous developing news about the future of Social Security in the United States knows this word all too well. So what’s the problem exactly? The problem is COLAs aren’t keeping pace with the cost

Social Security Retirement Benefits Are Rapidly Losing Value: Preparation Is Inevitable

As mentioned in a previous post, the buying power of Social Security benefits has been declining for decades, but retirees took an especially big hit last year. With the recent recent survey conducted by the Senior Citizens League, 63% of

Why Retirees Are Losing Ground on Social Security

The Senior Citizens League has recently issued a report outlining some scary discrepancies in today’s current Social Security system. The new data displays a significant differences in retirees’ expenses increase and their periodic raises. These differences are not going to

Recalculating COLA: Help With Rising Living Costs

The cost of living adjustment (COLA) is an annual increase that Social Security recipients get that helps them keep up with rising living costs. It is not believed that this benefit will go away but the annual increase could shrink