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How Long Does a Social Security Disability Review Take?

The Social Security Administration (SSA) is required to conduct periodic reviews of every Social Security Disability (SSD) case to determine whether the SSD benefit recipient is still qualified by the current status of their disabling impairment(s). These period case reviews are referred to as “Continuing Disability Reviews,” (CDRs). Most CDRs are called “short form CDRs” w...
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How Much Does Social Security Disability Pay?

Many people who are blind or disabled depend upon Social Security disability benefits as their primary source of income. For someone who qualifies for Supplemental Security Income benefits, it may be their only source of income available to pay for food and shelter. Whether SSD benefits provide your only source of income or supplement other income sources, you want to know what to expect as a m...
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What Time Does SSI Direct Deposit Into Bank Accounts?

To qualify for Supplemental Security Income benefits you must meet strict income and resource limitations because it is a need-based program. In fact, the purpose of the monthly payment that a person who is blind, disabled or elderly receives through SSI is to pay for food and shelter, which adds to the importance of knowing when to expect the payment to direct deposit into your bank account. W...
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How to Reinstate Suspended Social Security Disability Benefits

Social Security Disability (SSDI or SSD) benefits are approved when an applicant meets all the eligibility requirements. The eligibility requirements include both medical and financial criteria. If an SSDI recipient becomes ineligible for SSDI benefits because of a change in their circumstances, benefit payments can be suspended. Those benefits can be reinstated when the claimant returns to both m...
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What Is the Elimination Period for Social Security Disability Benefits?

The Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI or SSD) program provides support to disabled workers who suffer from an injury or illness that leaves them unable to work enough to earn at least $1,350 per month. Millions of Americans rely on these benefit payments to help pay the expenses of daily living. The application process for SSD benefits can be confusing and frustrating for someone who d...
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