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People Who Don’t Know Speak

It is time for another version of People Who Don’t Know Speak. Every now and then we like to checkout Social Security’s blog that deals with different topics and programs Social Security offers. One feature these blogs offer is a place to comment about the content of the blog. Typically, if you read most stories… Read more »

The Latest With Social Security

We realize it may be a stretch for ordinary people to want to keep up with the comings and goings of the Social Security Administration, but sometimes circumstances permit where someone does want to follow the latest news regarding the agency due to a possible retirement or disability interest. This blog is an ongoing piecemeal… Read more »

What Happens if My SSI Payments Stop?

There may be no more unsettling letter to receive than a Social Security notice indicating that your Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments will be stopped. This type of letter can arrive for a variety of reasons, but the main reasons are for earning too much income or Social Security determines that you are no longer… Read more »

How Long Will That Take?

When assisting Social Security disability applicants a frequent question is “how long will that take?” Not only is the question asked frequently by the majority of applicants, but it is asked multiple times by the same applicant. The reason this is the case is because there is a lot of waiting time involved with either… Read more »

Medicare And Social Security Disability

It may not be widely known because when someone thinks about Medicare they usually think about it being a healthcare program for seniors, but it is also for those who have been found to be disabled by the Social Security Administration, no matter what age you are. As long as a disabled worker who meets… Read more »

A Closer Look Inside The Social Security Administration

Most people realize that the Social Security Administration provides disability and retirement payments to millions of Americans every year, but few people have any idea how the agency is organized. In all, Social Security has more than 1,400 offices across the country and has a presence in United States embassies all over the world. At… Read more »

What Is Interim Assistance Related To SSI?

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a needs-based program for disabled individuals with low income and asset thresholds. The program should not be confused with Interim Assistance, which is public assistance from the state and not the Social Security Administration, but many times an applicant for one these programs ends up being eligible for the other…. Read more »

What Is Interim Assistance Related To SSI?

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a needs-based program for disabled individuals with low income and asset thresholds. The program should not be confused with Interim Assistance, which is public assistance from the state and not the Social Security Administration, but many times an applicant for one these programs ends up being eligible for the other…. Read more »

Attorneys Fees Costing Social Security More At Federal Level

There are all kinds of information you can find out about the Social Security disability process through the Social Security Administration. The agency releases statistics related to disability claims all the time. Recently Social Security released information related to attorneys fees that Social Security had to pay related to claims filed in federal court. The… Read more »

What Is Interim Assistance Related To SSI?

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a needs-based program for disabled individuals with low income and asset thresholds. The program should not be confused with Interim Assistance, which is public assistance from the state and not the Social Security Administration, but many times an applicant for one these programs ends up being eligible for the other…. Read more »