That's not an easy question to answer without more details. Further appeals focus more on the application of the law to your case as opposed to "not seeing the facts your way". As such, the quality of the written decision and the way the judge conducted the proceedings are of...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 »
My father passed away in Aug 2009. Days before passing he received his letter that his back pay had been approved. A letter went out a few months later to my grandmother, who also passed prior to getting the letter. As his only next of kin am I eligible and able to claim his back pay?
SSDI generally does not have income or asset limits, so it generally doesn't matter whether you're married, separated or divorced. But you have to have been working and paid payroll taxes for 5 out of the last 10 years before you became disabled to technically qualify for SSDI.
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?
I know I'm only allowed 18,000 for the year at 64) do they go by calendar year for earnings for the first year? or am I only allowed to make 6, 000 more thousand for the year before I'm penalized??? how much will I be penalized..I'm worried about this
If you are under full retirement age, Social Security deducts $1 from your benefit payments for every $2 you earn above the annual limit. For 2020, that limit is $18,240. Once you reach full retirement age, you can earn up to $48,600 in 2020 with no affect on your benefits. After that your...Read more »
If you are collecting both SSDI and unemployment insurance you could have a problem because you told Social Security, under penalty of perjury, that you were unable to work due to your disability. Then you told your state unemployment department, also under the penalty of perjury, that you were...Read more »
Possibly, but I am only aware of Disabled Adult Child (DAC) benefits - if the adult dependent has been disabled since prior to age 22, then the adult dependent can get SSA benefits from the parent's work record. But only if the parent is deceased, disabled, or is collecting SSA retirement benefits.
I am on SSDI,but have been trying to find something to do for more income,haven’t been successful.I applied for unemployment.should I have not done that?Is that going to mess up my monthly disability check?
Generally when you apply for unemployment, you are stating that you are ready, willing and able to work full-time. You are getting SSDI because you told SSA that you can't work full-time. So there could be a problem there. However, the CARES Act temporarily changed the requirements for...Read more »
It depends on how much the spousal benefit is per month, and how much other countable income you are receiving per month. Almost all income is "countable" for SSI purposes. If you have over a certain amount of income, you are not eligible for SSI.
Yes, you can receive both unemployment benefits and Social Security disability benefits (SSDI).
Unemployment and SSDI benefits both provide financial support to those who are not working, but the rules for these programs differ greatly. You should be aware that there is a contradiction in...Read more »
Just wondering what form I will fill out if I filed this appeal? I have been denied originally, had went to the court hearing in front of the judge in which I received a partial favorable decision but would like to appeal that decision. I’m not for sure what form I would use on this and is it... Read more »
If you are appealing a decision made by an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ), you must request review by the Appeals Council (AC) within 60 days after you receive the notice of the ALJ decision. The notice letter you received from Social Security should have information about filing an appeal. For...Read more »
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.
I am 28 years of age and currently work and collect SSDI due to my medical disability. I am looking into starting an online shirt business with print on demand. Due to my medical condition I have trouble holding a job. Would this effect my ssdi and my medicare benefits? Would I immediately lose my... Read more »
You can do a limited amount of work and still get SSDI benefits and medicare.
Social Security Administration encourages work activity and there are special program rules and work incentives that help you try to return to work while still receiving monthly disability payments. Read the...Read more »
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