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Changing Your Social Security Benefits Address

If you receive Social Security benefits — whether they are in the form of retirement, disability, SSI or for some other purpose — then it obviously makes sense that it’s important to keep your records and profile up to date in the SSA system. If something about your status changes, then not notifying the SSA in a timely manner could lead to all sorts of problems, including delays...
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How the Social Security Administration Determines Disability

There are many factors that are considered when you apply for disability benefits and a lot of information that you will need to provide. Before applying, you should familiarize yourself with the adult disability determination process to give yourself the greatest chance for success. You may also wish to obtain an representative to help you through either the application or appeal process. The ...
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How to Determine Your Monthly Social Security Disability Earnings

When you apply for Social Security disability benefits, you may be wondering how to determine your average indexed monthly earnings. Before worrying about the exact amount you can receive, you need to apply. The first thing that you need to do is make sure that you qualify for disability benefits. This requires a lot of attention to detail and a well-structured case. How to qualify for Soci...
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What Is the Difference Between SSDI and SSI Benefits?

If you are disabled, you’re probably looking for assistance. As you know, the Social Security Administration has programs in place to help those who have been disabled or injured. In fact, there are two major programs designed to provide assistance to those who need it — SSDI and SSI. But, what is the difference between SSI and SSDI benefits? Read on to find out more. SSDI Social S...
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How to Write an Appeal Letter for Disability Benefits

If you applied for disability benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA), there is a good chance your first application was denied. It does not mean that you are not disabled or that your condition is not severe enough to keep you from working. Most applications are denied the first time they are submitted. Often, applications are denied because they are incomplete or the information w...
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