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May 2015 Archives

When SSD benefits payments stop, the SSA can be challenged

Many people in the United States are recipients of Social Security disability benefits. For those people, SSD benefits are a major part of their monthly income and those benefits enable them to meet the various expenses and obligations of everyday life. Therefore, if the Social Security Administration suddenly stops payment of SSD benefits, the situation becomes difficult.

Veterans may need help when applying for disability benefits

War veterans are among the most respected people in any U.S. community. They make many sacrifices to ensure that the citizens of the United States can be free and lead a peaceful life. However, despite their sacrifices, it is unfortunate that many veterans in Missouri as well as in the rest of the country often do not receive the benefits that they earned during their military service or what they are entitled to if they become disabled.

What is the SSA's "Ticket to Work" program?

Many people in the United States receive Social Security Disability benefits. Those people may be aware that the Social Security Administration offers certain work incentives to people who continue working or return to work despite their disabilities. The purpose of those incentives is to encourage people to work and to be independent without the fear of losing existing SSD benefits, Supplemental Security Income benefits, Medicare and Medicaid.

Eligibility determination for SSD benefits: are the methods apt?

For Missouri residents who are unable to work or support their family because of a disability, the Social Security Administration runs the Social Security Disability Insurance program. Many workers in Saint Charles, Missouri, and in the rest of the U.S., are covered by SSDI and they may be aware that the SSDI program is in jeopardy of running out of funds soon. According to experts, the problem lies with the method that the SSA follows to determine disability, and subsequent eligibility, for SSD benefits.

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