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Social Security Disability News

Each year, the Social Security Administration (SSA) sets a limit on the amount of money Social Security Disability applicants or recipients can earn and while continuing to receive benefits. This limit is known as the substantial gainful activity (SGA)…

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The Social Security Disability program does not stay the same year to year. Every fall, the Social Security Administration (SSA) announces the many small changes that will take effect on January 1 the following year. For example, there is an annual cost-of-living…

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The Social Security Administration (SSA) denies many initial applications for disability benefits, even when applicants have a strong case for receiving benefits. The SSA is hoping to root out frivolous applications and discourage people without valid…

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There are two main issues to consider when it comes to your eligibility for Supplemental Security Income, the severity of your medical condition/disability and your monthly income and assets. However, if you have good reason to believe your disability…

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While both the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Social Security Administration (SSA) provide benefits to those with disabilities, these programs have separate eligibility criteria. You could be eligible for VA benefits and ineligible for Social…

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Social Security Disability benefits are often vital to the financial health of those with severe disabilities. Delays in benefit payments or in the application process can be a big problem for recipients and applicants alike. It is reasonable to wonder…

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This is a reasonable question to ask because you do not want to use up your chances to apply for benefits. However, there is no limit to the number of times you can apply for benefits. On the other hand, you can only take an appeal so far. Our Harrisburg…

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How Long Can Social Security Disability Benefits Last?

The answer to this question depends on the specifics of your claim. The Social Security Administration (SSA) may not be finished reviewing your disability after you are approved for benefits. Sometimes applicants are subject to continuing reviews to determine…

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If you are currently receiving monthly benefits from the public sector or some type of insurance coverage, it may decrease the amount of Social Security Disability benefits you may be eligible to receive. However, there are many types of benefits/income…

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What You Should Know About Continuing Disability Reviews

Even after being approved for benefits, the Social Security Administration may review your condition to determine if you still meet the definition of disability. These are called Continuing Disability Reviews (CDRs) and there are certain things you should…

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