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 $
Before Applying For Social Security Disability, Get Tested....
If you're in Texas, the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) actually offers testing to see if even despite your physical or mental condition, there may be jobs you are capable of performing. Unless you just love being given a little bitty check each month and sitting around the house. But, there is even more to this than just learning what jobs you may be able to perform. If, the TWC determines you are incapable of working a full-time job, then you can actually use those test re
The Government's Own Rules Definitely Keep People From Getting Off Social Security Disability
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Republicans Target Social Security Disability
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What If I Die Before My Social Security Disability Case Is Settled?
Many Claimants find that they are waiting years before their Social Security disability case is resolved. For many, the years pass by very slowly. So, what if you have a terminal illness when you do file for benefits? -If you do have a terminal illness when filing for benefits or your case takes a turn for the worse, you can be placed in expedited status. But even then, the wheels of the Social Security system still seem to move rather slowly. If you die before your disabilit
Why The Details Are Important When Filing For Social Security Disability
Details, just like in life, are always important when filing for Social Security disability benefits. Here are some things to keep in mind: 1. Know when you stopped earning above $1,170.00 per month gross. It's called Substantial Gainful Activity (SGA), and as long as you are making above this amount, you will not be considered to be disabled. For most people who have sufficient work credits, you can still work and file for disability benefits. But, if you ever go above this
Time Is Sometimes Your Friend When Filing For Social Security Disability Benefits
Actually, I never stop being surprised with my cases. Ones that I know for sure are going to be approved, usually will be. Others that are not so strong at the time in which I filed for my client, sometimes become very strong as the months (and even years) go by. You see, you don't actually have very many advantages when it comes to applying for Social Security disability. However, if you do have a severe condition that keeps you from working but you do not have strong medica
Can I Work And Still Receive Social Security Disability?
Yes. But there are limitations in the amount of money you can earn each month. Plus, you need to understand whether you qualify for SSDI or SSI or both. Further, you need to understand the term "Substantial Gainful Activity." Social Security Disability Income (SSDI): This is the disability program you pay into when you pay your FICA taxes. If you have enough work credits and the Social Security Administration (SSA) determines you are disabled, then you will receive these bene
If Your Social Security Disability Case Was Denied By The Appeals Council
Your chances of winning your Social Security disability case actually do not improve if you are denied by the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) and you decide to take your case to the Appeals Council (AC). In fact, your chances of success actually decreases significantly. So, if you lose again at the AC, then what is there to do? Believe it or not, overall, your chances of success increase somewhat once you decide to take your case to federal district court. The numbers vary, bu
Filing For Social Security Disability Benefits Is Easy
Winning your case is a different story.... Before your file for Social Security disability benefits, keep these things in mind: 1. Do you have enough work credits to qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits? Have you worked at least five out of the last ten years? If you have not, then you may have to settle for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) which will then take into consideration how many assets you have and the amount of income your family recei