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What Will Social Security Do When It Finds an Overpayment?

What Will Social Security Do When It Finds an Overpayment?

A Social Security overpayment occurs when changes to a recipient’s circumstances, such as employment or access to new resources, are not provided to the SSA in time to adjust monthly benefits. If the SSA thinks it has overpaid you, they will send a notice via mail about the overpayment that contains information regarding why you

March 25th, 2019 calender Social Security Disability
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What is a Social Security Administrative Law Judge Disability Hearing?

What is a Social Security Administrative Law Judge Disability Hearing?

Applications for Social Security Disability Insurance can be denied for a wide variety of reasons. For some, their Date Last Insured has passed, while others may have included errors in their paperwork. Whatever the case, a denial can be met with an application for reconsideration. If that fails too, the next appeal involves a court

March 22nd, 2019 calender Social Security Disability
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How does the Social Security Disability Review work?

How does the Social Security Disability Review work?

Social Security disability benefits are not always guaranteed lifetime benefits. How long you receive benefits depends heavily on the type of health problem affecting your ability to work. Periodically, a disability review is held to determine if someone receiving SSI or SSDI is still eligible to receive these benefits. Primary criteria impacting eligibility for social

March 20th, 2019 calender Social Security Disability
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What Is the Date Last Insured (DLI) for Disability Benefits?

What Is the Date Last Insured (DLI) for Disability Benefits?

Disability benefits through Social Security Disability Insurance are essential in order for a disabled person to survive in an economy that rewards those who can work. In order to qualify for those benefits, however, one must apply before their Date Last Insured or DLI. Here’s everything you need to know about how the Date Last

March 18th, 2019 calender Social Security Disability
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What Disability Benefits Qualify as Earned Income for EITC?

What Disability Benefits Qualify as Earned Income for EITC?

The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a tax credit for people filing head of household, married filing jointly, single or as a qualifying widower who have adjusted gross incomes not exceeding specific yearly income limits as established by the IRS. Earned Income for EITC and Disability Benefits The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) does not

March 15th, 2019 calender Social Security Disability
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How Much Do You Get for a Workers Compensation Benefits Settlement?

How Much Do You Get for a Workers Compensation Benefits Settlement?

Multiple factors determine how much an injured worker receives from a workers compensation benefits claim. Most of these factors involve what happened to the worker as a result of the accident–severity of injury, whether body parts sustained complex injuries and if the impairment is permanent. In most cases, an employer and their insurance company will

March 04th, 2019 calender Workers Compensation
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