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Social Security Disability for a Spouse Who Never Worked

Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income are two programs that pay benefits to individuals unable to work due to a disability. You must have worked long enough and paid Social Security taxes on your earnings from a job or self-employment to qualify for benefits through SSDI. The SSI program does not require a work history to qualify for benefits, but it does limit t...
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How Much Can You Earn in 2022 and Draw Social Security Disability?

Each year, the Social Security Administration (SSA) adjusts the threshold monthly income eligibility amounts and the benefit payments are adjusted to reflect the rate of inflation over the previous year. At London Disability, we focus 100% of our attention and all our professional skill on keeping SSDI and SSI applicants and benefit recipients up to date on the latest developments that might affec...
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How Is The Amount of Social Security Disability Benefits Calculated?

An illness, injury or other medical condition preventing you from working and earning a living creates financial hardships. Disability benefit programs through the Social Security Administration provide much-needed financial relief through monthly cash payments and other Social Security disability benefits for those meeting the qualifying standards. When you depend on your SSD benefits to pay f...
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What Mental Disorders Qualify for Social Security Disability?

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI or SSD) provides financial support to working people who paid FICA taxes into the Social Security System and have become disabled by either a physical or mental impairment. Eligible SSD applicants find their impairment prevents them from earning what the Social Security Administration (SSA) sets as the income threshold for SSD benefits, called the SGA (su...
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Who Determines Benefit Levels for the Supplemental Security Income?

The Social Security Administration (SSA) calculates the amount of a recipient’s Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefit payment by applying an equation that bases the benefit on the amount of a person’s countable unearned income and their countable earned income. The Supplemental Security Income program is a needs-based plan that’s intended to provide some financial support to...
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