Funds you receive from a GoFundMe or a similar type of fundraising account is considered by Social Security to be unearned income. Unearned income would not affect your SSDI benefits as there is no required limitation for it.
To maintain eligibility for SSI benefits, Medicaid, SNAP (food...Read more »
my workers comp attorney didnt explain how my workers comp settlement would affect my SSDI benefits. i received letter from SSDI to provide settlement docs, so they can make adjustments to my ssdi payments.
About a 2 years ago i was diagnosed with Lymphoma and applied for disability and hired a lawyer, due to an issue it got delayed about a year till this march/april. at the time from the way things were going i had assumed i would be right as rain and back to normal within a month from what the test... Read more »
My 83 year old dad receives SSI ($900/month) and lives in a subsidized senior apartment, paying rent of $300 per month (not sure whether he's in section 8). I'm thinking of buying a 2nd home soon and want him to live there by himself (he likes to as well), as it'll be nicer, but my... Read more »
Your dad's living arrangement could affect his SSI, so care will need to be taken so that he continues to get his maximum amount of SSI benefits. With only a few precautions, what you and your dad are planning is a very doable arrangement.
Your dad can get the maxim SSI benefit if her...Read more »
I strongly recommend that you consult with a disability lawyer as soon as possible since you have a severe medical condition. Most disability lawyers have free consultations and will be able to discuss with you the financial requirements you have to meet for SSI and the medical requirements to get...Read more »
It takes a great deal of time, and it is not easy to qualify for, SSDI benefits. To get unemployment insurance benefits you need to certify that you are ready, willing and able to work full time, and that you are seeking full time employment. To qualify for SSDI benefits you need to establish...Read more »
I can prove they altered them. The result has been denial for SSDI benefits and a severe deterioration in my quality of life and has endangered my overall health permanently. I don't know what to do to fix this?
Social Security benefits are governed by Federal Law and are not part of California divorce proceedings. The law is very clear on your rights as regard what you are entitled to and how to go about getting it.
If you end up being able to draw under your husband's social security...Read more »
The issue is your name, not your mom's name, because you are registering for Social Security. If your mom pretended to be someone else, then that is a completely different issue. It should not affect you if you were born in the United States.
months ago I was kicked out,my father didn’t really care but I didn’t tell them where I was going so my fathers sister reported me missing. I still had the missing person report even though everyone including my dad knew where i was at. we got that resolved and both of them stated it was fine... Read more »
Call or get online with the Social Security Administration; explain the situation to them and they will head you down the right path. May be a slow process but just take one step at a time and don't lose your patience.
EDD has Unemployment Insurance or State Disability Insurance (SDI). Self employed do not get UI. Self employed do not get SDI (it's a deduction on workers checks ). Social Security Disability ftom the Federal govt is a possibility. But it requires doctors writing you cannot work, and it...Read more »
To get SSDI you need to certify that you are physically or mentally incapable of performing work. To get unemployment insurance benefits you need to certify that you are ready willing and able to work full time and that you are seeking full time employment. The two are mutually exclusive. If you...Read more »
There is no way anyone here can answer that question without knowing far more. However the general rule is that the law does not usually allow someone to benefit from the mistake of another, and in most situations where a contract is concerned, money received by mistake needs to be paid back or a...Read more »
She only needs to provide proof of lawful permanent resident status by way of her alien number. Perhaps, she can also show a copy of her ‘valid card.’ She has no other status, so other questions seem irrelevant, perhaps, unless this concerns more, which seems questionable.
She is on SSI and is Bi Polar. There is a Special Needs Trust set up for her. She won this playing Bingo and the Casino took all the taxes out and gave her $5,000 cash and the rest in a check because that is what she asked them to do. I found out about it and have all of it now and wondering what I... Read more »
I receive SS Disability due to a very serious work accident. Due to my mental condition at the time the courts directed it to be payed through a payee. My physical condition still prevents me from working but my mental condition has improved. I would like to receive my SS payments directly in my... Read more »
A relative qualified for SSI; however, the Award Letter does not state the disorders that allowed him to receive disability payments. Because he has so many disorders, we don't know which one or which ones were used as the bases to qualify him. Who do we contact to receive this information?
with wallet and cash still in car was so scared was sick for days told the tow people that i just need my wallet and meds even had police officer call and nope was stranded hungry scared in not so good neighborhood my disabled placard was showing correctly, I could of had another stroke or worse... Read more »
I'm sorry for this terrible experience, given your disabled condition. A California attorney could advise best but your question remains open for four weeks. If you have medical documentation of the sickness/injury you suffered here, such as ER visit or doctor examination, gather them and see...Read more »
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