Tax season is officially upon us! Filing taxes can be challenging enough as-is without factoring in your Social Security disability benefits income. If you have additional income putting you in a specific financial bracket that’s higher than the IRS threshold, you may find that any benefits over that limit are taxable. Overwhelming, right? So…are Social… Read more »
There are several different factors that could result in Social Security disability termination, also called cessation. Reasons can range from reaching retirement to going back to work. Don’t get caught in hot water – if the Social Security Administration (SSA) determines you are no longer qualified to receive disability benefits, you must be armed with… Read more »
If you’ve considered applying for Social Security disability, there’s no doubt you have heard about how challenging it can be to get approved for benefits. The most straightforward way to receive disability is to qualify for a condition or impairment listed in the Social Security Administration’s manual, called the Blue Book. Whether or not you… Read more »
Filing for medical disability can feel overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be if you plan carefully and go above and beyond the steps needed to successfully apply. While there is never a guarantee you’ll be granted disability on the first try, the below tips will help get you on the right path.
Supplemental Security Income, or SSI, is a financial program offered by the Social Security Administration to provide benefits to disabled individuals or those who are aged 65 and older. There are specific regulations for this financial assistance, which means claiming a dependent who receives SSI can be tricky. If your dependent receives SSI, this doesn’t… Read more »