What do i do.because i have 4 years back pay that i havnt ever even touched and she tells me i have very little left in my account and close to running out next month when I pay my rent and power bill
answered on Jan 24, 2023
It is perfectly reasonable for you to ask your representative payee how your money is being spent and how much you have in your bank account. Your representative payee is responsible for using your SSI benefits to pay for your needs including payment for food, shelter, clothes, medical care and... Read more »
I met a guy online and he's been sending me money for years. We met on an app and became close. He told me later on about being autistic. Now apparently his personal case worker is trying to get me to pay the money back in payments or they are taking legal action against me. Do they have a right to?
answered on Oct 14, 2022
Unfortunately you haven’t given enough information to know what kind of payments were made or what funds he used to send you the money.
Social Security does not provide case workers to people who receive benefits. Some people who receive benefits have a representative payee that helps... Read more »
I have been disabled with PTSD for 3 years. The PTSD is from extreme criminal abuse by my former employer, Wells Fargo, and my former hospital, Atrium Health. I turned both in to the US DOJ, who sponsored a cover up + additional criminal abuse of me. The bulk of my healthcare records are from... Read more »
answered on Jun 12, 2022
You cannot appeal just the onset date. If you file an appeal to try to get an earlier onset date then you are appealing the entire decision. You may wind up with a final decision that you are not eligible for benefits at all. No matter what disability onset date you are given, you can only receive... Read more »
Hello! My husband received a WC lump sum settlement of 155,000.It was structured that he will "receive" $119/wk for the next 25 years.(even though he already received it all in one sum) He made around $80k per year when working. If he files and wins his SSDI case, his monthly payment will... Read more »
answered on May 24, 2022
Social Security Administration will not permit individuals to receive more than 80% of pre-injury monthly gross earnings from combined Workers' Compensation (WC) and Social Security Disability (SSD) payments. This policy was enacted to avoid the situation where injured workers are making more... Read more »
Im 30 years old. I have multiple mental illnesses and have been struggling with them since I was a child. I have never worked a tax paying job. I want to find care and medication that can really help me but that isn't easy with no money. I've put it off so long because I feel so bad and... Read more »
answered on Feb 7, 2022
You would be eligible for Supplement Security Insurance (SSI) benefits regardless of work history. The SSI benefit program is based on financial need regardless of work history. The more familiar Disability Insurance Benefits program, commonly called Social Security Disability (SSD), is based on... Read more »
answered on Nov 23, 2021
Yes. Social Security (SS) law is very complicated and hard to understand, even with a law degree. Most people assume that the treating physician's opinion about your ability to work is sufficient. The law actually requires a more detailed and thoughtful analysis of your doctor's... Read more »
answered on Mar 15, 2021
It is not clear what type of hearing you are asking about. Typically the person who is your legal guardian can arrange for representation in a legal matter. If you are asking about getting legal representation for a competency hearing then you will be appointed someone by the Court - just tell them... Read more »
I am legally declared incompetent and my mother is my legal guardian and payee. We are awaiting a hearing. DSS attorney will be present.
answered on Mar 4, 2021
Legal guardians need to be a responsible adult. If the judge is convinced the person you request is responsible and they have your interests in mind, that change should not be a problem.
I am receiving Social Security retirement benefits. I have a rental property that nets about $4000.00 per year. If I put this property into an LLC (North Carolina), will I have to pay FICA? Will it affect the benefit I currently receive?
answered on Jan 17, 2021
Once you reach full retirement age, there is no limit on how much you can earn and still receive your Social Security retirement benefits without any reduction.
If you began receiving Social Security retirement benefits before your full retirement age, Social Security will deduct $1 in... Read more »
They have a prenuptial in the making, but not signed yet.
answered on Apr 6, 2020
Your Mom should not lose her Social Security (SS) Retirement due to remarriage. Even if she is drawing Widow's Benefits on her deceased husband's account, her remarriage should not affect her SS retirement since the remarriage is only relevant for marriages before age 60.... Read more »
answered on Jan 22, 2020
You are not required to hire an attorney to fix the problem but it would be a lot simpler.
She has some medical issues but it is of very sound mind. He physically roughed her up 3 months ago and she went to a local women's shelter. He is stealing all manner of money from her as she is retired and has a good pension. She left home and is living with my friend, her son. Her husband... Read more »
answered on Dec 22, 2019
She needs a family law/divorce attorney with experience in domestic violence issues, who practices in the county where she lives or where her husband lives.
answered on Dec 11, 2019
You will need to Request an Appeal at the Appeals Council level and hope that it is remanded back to the local office for re-evaluation.
Until the estate is settled I thought I can't sell my part if the other5 heirs want let me what. Can I do to get my money I need
answered on Jun 30, 2019
Feel free to contact me at 919-348-9211 or firstname.lastname@example.org. I think I can help you but need more details.
i have been denied twice. now i am at the stage of "request for hearing by administrative law judge"
answered on Dec 8, 2017
basically don't focus on key words --you need to look at the medical records they have. Your medical records need to show that you have a disabling condition and the reasons why that is. This would be usually in the medical records but most often in a letter from a doctor that discusses why... Read more »
Trying to figure out if social Security admin will still base her amount on my social security, which is the higher of the two even though I am not anywhere near retirement.
answered on Jun 21, 2015
Seek for information from an experienced SSA attorney. Good luck. www.aba-us.com
and agoraphobia. i was told i did well on cognitive part but will that affect my case for my mental problems?
answered on Jun 9, 2014
Yes,many evaluation could affect a case for Social Security Disability. The issue will be whether with these impairments you can still function in a simple non-stressful job.
answered on May 9, 2014
As far as I am aware, there may be limits on how much of your check the IRS can garnish but there is no limit on the time - the IRS will most likely garnish until the debt is paid. Another concern is that late penalties may still be accruing and depending on how much the IRS is taking and how big... Read more »
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