What's The Difference Between SSI and SSDI?
The Social Security Administration actually has two different disability programs for which a person may qualify. Also, at times, a person may be able to qualify for both. First, let's look at Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI): Primarily, in order to qualify for SSDI, a person must have sufficient work credits. Each time a person receives a paycheck or pays self-employment taxes, credits are given by the Social Security Administration. As of 2017, each time someone
Do You Have Enough Work Credits To Qualify For Social Security Disability?
In order for one to qualify for Social Security disability, there's more to it than just being too impaired to work. A person will also have to meet the financial requirements to receive benefits. Before getting started, you also need to understand there are two kinds of disability offered through the Social Security Administration. First, there is SSDI, which is the disability I want you to understand today, but there is also SSI, which is needs based and doesn't require a s
5 Reasons You Will Win Your Social Security Disability Case and 5 Reasons You Won't
Here are the top 5 reasons you will win your Social Security disability case: 1. You're getting older. For those of you over the age of 60, the chances increase dramatically for you to have your Social Security disability case approved. If you're over the age of 55, your chances are still quite good, but the closer you get to retirement age, the more the Social Security Administration believes there are less jobs available within the national economy you are capable of perfor