SSDI and Supplement Income (Part 1)

SSDI trust fund’s solid condition will help extend the life of Social Security as a whole that is, including both disability and old-age insurance but only until 2035. That’s a mere one-year improvement since the 2021 forecast. Medicare is projected

SSDI: A Light At The End Of The Tunnel (Part 2)

The problems SSDI has yet to overcome are the following: Aging workforce which can strain the budget as more retirees collecting SSDI emerge. Recession growth leading to unemployment benefits or jobs that were unsuitable to their abilities, poorly paid, or

SSDI: A Light At The End Of The Tunnel (Part 1)

SSDI has had a rocky few years filled with uncertainty about whether or not there would be enough money available. Things are looking much better this year with the recent Social Security Administration’s “Annual Report of the Board of Trustees

COVID ‘Long Haulers’ Could Find Help From Social Security Disability Benefits (Part 2)

COVID ‘Long Haulers’ have the potential to receive SSDI benefits but without the proper guidance these long haulers will end up wasting their time. Here are 2 more rules to follow to ensure a successful SSDI application outcome: Be Aware

COVID ‘Long Haulers’ Could Find Help From Social Security Disability Benefits

Stick to the 4 rules to maximize your chance of a successful SSDI application due to a long term illness derived from COVID: It’s Better To Apply Early Getting SSDI approved can be a long and arduous process. A Government

Cancer Disability: SSDI Benefits and Lung Cancer Part 3

How Long Do Benefits Last? If you qualify for SSDI, your benefits will continue until you can return to work on a regular basis. There are also work incentives that provide continued healthcare coverage and benefits to help make the

Cancer Disability: SSDI Benefits and Lung Cancer Part 2: Who Qualifies for Cancer Disability?

To qualify for SSDI benefits with lung cancer, you must: Have worked at jobs that were covered by Social Security Have a medical condition that meets the strict definition of disability This means that your condition must limit your ability

Cancer Disability: SSDI Benefits and Lung Cancer

A lung cancer diagnosis can be physically, emotionally, and financially disabling, and many lung cancer patients need financial assistance to help them stay afloat financially. Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a federally run benefit program earned by people who

New Updates For Social Security COLA In 2022

Need a social security disability attorney with more than 25 years of experience? Mark J. Palmiere is who to call. Social Security recipients will be getting their biggest payment increase in 40 years in 2022 thanks to a 5.9% cost-of-living

How much money will I get from Social Security in 2022? Part 2

Ok. So you want to know how to calculate Social Security benefits? The easiest way to calculate Social Security benefits for the next year is by multiplying your current monthly payment by 5.9%, according to MSN.com. Then, add that amount