Did you take early retirement instead of filing for Social Security disability?

SHAME ON YOU!


Here's the deal...you may be able to fix it.


If you recently filed for early Social Security retirement benefits, you may be able to file for disability benefits retroactively and be approved and receive more income each month.


Here's what you need to do:


File for Social Security disability, AND set your onset date before you took retirement benefits, AND be able to show that prior to filing for retirement benefits, you were disabled.


Really it's not that hard. The tricky part is making sure you get the date correct. Because, if you screw this up, you can't go back and unring the bell. You're stuck with your early retirement benefits only.


Need help? You may want to call our office at: (888) 780-9125 and discuss this with me.

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