answered on Jan 22, 2019
It's a great idea to hire an attorney to help you fight your Social Security Disability benefits. I recommend you look up an attorney that is familiar with the judges in your area. I also recommend you find an attorney that has a good reputation for treating clients well (reviews are great for... Read more »
Jan 2019 then etc etc not sure what to do could not make 2 of the drill outs
answered on Jan 18, 2019
I'll tell you what Geraldo, I'll take a hard pass and you just let me know what you find when you get into King Tut's tomb. How's that for a plan?
I'm concerned this would fall under "Identity Theft," since that person would "knowingly" be using another person's SS#. Thank you.
I'miss in the process of a survivors claim and his social security back pay but that's all I only make $566 a month can't I draw SSI off of my deceased husband I'm not eligible for it and I only get a $100 in foodstamps and we have no kids is there any other funds available please help.
answered on Dec 12, 2017
If you are unable to work due to a disability, you may be eligible for SSI benefits. Contact your local Social Security office to execute the initial application. Be certain to know what impairments you have, when you were diagnosed, and by doctor/medical facility. Be able to detail why your... Read more »
i am a highschool student and i am getting a part time job at mcdonalds . i need to get my ssc number and a photo id for this but my father wont take me to the dmv , can i get these things from my high school?
answered on Dec 12, 2017
Contact Social Security to obtain a copy of your Social Security card.
I dont want to put my childs father on child support because we plan on taking care of our child in the same household but i dont want to be jammed on assistance for my son if we need it.
answered on Dec 12, 2017
Social Security will not compel the other parent to pay child support. Child support is effectuated by judicial court order only. Social Security does not have standing with the court to request a child support but order against the other parent. The other parent's contribution to the... Read more »
Freelancers mostly count as self-employed, but freelance teachers are a exception in this European country: They must pay social security (almost 20% of their income into retirement, health insurance on top of that). Of course, they also pay income tax on their profit. Is such a teacher subject to... Read more »
answered on Aug 30, 2017
It is possible that this teacher may be subject to US self-employment taxes, depending on which country the teacher is working in. The US has entered into "totalization agreements" with many countries that can relieve a person from having to pay Social Security-type payments in both... Read more »
answered on Aug 10, 2017
Possibly. Contact Labor Lawyer A J Lakraj, for a free consultation. 404-214-0210.
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If so how do i file or get help?
answered on Aug 6, 2017
There are funeral benefits and other death benefits that the surviving spouse and minor children may be eligibile for. Widows only received benefits if caring for children of the deceased up to age 16 (unless the children are disabled). After the children reach age 16, they are eligible for partial... Read more »
Is there a defense?
answered on Jan 22, 2017
This question is not specific enough to answer. In some instances, a child IS ENTITLED to receive a social security check from the Government after a parent's death. If your question is claiming that the child is falsely depositing the check OF THE DEAD parent into his or her account, and... Read more »
because she hasn't been deemed disabled. i don't know what to do next .
answered on Sep 20, 2016
She should contact George Legal Aid to see about the Medical Assistance. Rules were changed to expand it. She should apply for SSI if she hasn't already.
How would I calculate the amount?
answered on Sep 7, 2016
The Social Security office can tell you. It depends on the insured person's wages.
name I which to keep legally. I need my social security card to match. thank you.
answered on Aug 24, 2016
It is a long and frustrating process, but keep at it--you need to have it set up to make sure a) your "account" has credited the years you worked and b) that you get the proper retirement amount. If you run into true roadblocks (not just a lot of legwork--that is your job, not theirs),... Read more »
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