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 of the Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance and Federal Disability Insurance Trust Funds” estimating that Social Security’s disability insurance (SSDI) trust fund will remain solvent for at least 75 years.

According to this information, all eligible beneficiaries will be paid during that time.

However, there are still 2 problems that SSDI has to overcome. These obstacles will be explored in Part 2 of SSDI: A Light At The End Of The Tunnel