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Category Archives: Preserving Income & Federal Benefits

Comparison of Federal vs. State vs. Private Disability Benefits

This article discusses the many different programs that can work as financial safety nets if your diagnosis makes it difficult to maintain employment.

Qualifying for Medicare When Receiving Disability Benefits

This article explains that Medicare coverage kicks in for most SSDI recipients two years after the first month they are eligible for their monthly disability benefits.

About Disability

This article provides you with the information that in order to be eligible for SSDI you must have worked 5 of the last 10 years if you are over age 31, and had a payroll FICA tax deduction where 6% of the tax goes towards Social Security programs.

About Social Security Income (SSI)

This article discusses that Social Security Income (SSI) is a needs-based program that gives a cash benefit to people who have been determined to be disabled, coupled with limited income and resources. It provides cash to help meet basic needs for food, clothing and shelter.

Compassionate Allowances for Expedited Disability Review

In this article, you will learn that beginning in 2012, the Social Security Administration developed the compassionate allowance program in an effort to expedite the disability review process for applicants whose medical condition were so serious it met the disability standards.

Who is Eligible for Social Security Disability?

This article discusses what the Social Security Administration uses as medical disability criteria AND what non-medical criteria to make their decision on whether you qualify for Social Security disability.

Disability Entitlements Timeline (Uninsured)

This article is the timeline for Social Security disability, from date of diagnosis beyond for uninsured patients.

Disability Entitlements Timeline (Insured)

This article is the timeline for Social Security disability, from date of diagnosis beyond for insured patients.

Why is Disability Important When you are Ill?

In this article you will learn when you are ill, its necessary for you to focus on your recovery and not be worried about wondering how you are going to pay your rent or mortgage.

How to Apply for Social Security Disability

This article discusses if you have a serious illness and are unable to work, you have the right to apply for disability benefits through the Social Security Administration.