Should I Appeal My Denial For Social Security Disability Benefits?
If you were denied Social Security disability benefits, should you appeal? The most basic answer to this is: -Yes, you should appeal your denial at any level. But, there are some things to keep in mind as well. Here are some things you should think about: 1. When you file for Social Security disability benefits, you allege a date in which you became disabled. If you do not appeal your denial within 60 days, you give up all that time to collect your back pay if the case is fin
Can I Work and Still File For Social Security Disability Benefits?
In answer to this question, yes you can. But, you need to be careful. First, as long as you are not earning above what the Social Security Administration determines as Substantial Gainful Activity (SGA), then you may still work and receive disability benefits. Without having to understand what SGA is, you just need to know the magic number: For 2017, if you are legally blind then you may earn up to $1,950.00 per month gross, and if you are not blind, then you may earn up to $