Gas. Groceries. Home goods. Utilities. Inflation has recently gone up, up, and away—and consumers are certainly feeling the hit to their wallets. If you receive Social Security benefits, you’re probably worried: are your Social Security benefits adjusted for inflation?
Today, we’re tackling this important question. Keep reading to find out how inflation impacts Social Security and how much more you can expect on your SSDI benefits check.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) takes disability fraud seriously. They want to prevent people from scamming the system, so they can and do investigate people suspected of SSDI fraud.
When you’re making a claim for disability benefits, the prospect of being investigated is upsetting. Could you be investigated, even if you’ve done nothing wrong? What happens if you’re suspected of fraud?
Let’s dig into SSDI fraud: what it is, how investigations start, and what to do if you find yourself under investigation.
The question of Social Security Disability Benefits and taxes is an important one. After all, no one wants to be in trouble with the IRS! What’s more, it’s always a good idea to understand how much you’ll take home.
Are your Social Security benefits taxable? The answer is: it depends! To learn everything you need to know about SSDI benefits and taxes, keep reading.
Planning for the future is important. Most people already know that it’s a good idea to have a rainy-day fund or emergency fund—but what about long-term disability? If you develop a long-term disability during your working years, are you prepared?
Today, we’re discussing this very important topic. We’re covering why it’s important to plan for potential disability, what to include in your plan, and what your options are if you become disabled.
What is the OASDI tax? What does it mean for you?
Today, we’re exploring these commonly asked questions. It’s important to know the answers, especially if you are considering applying for Social Security Disability.
Keep reading to learn more!
People who experience long-lasting symptoms of COVID-19—called “long-haulers”—often face debilitating symptoms. The list of reported symptoms is long and includes things like fatigue, brain fog, chest pain, muscle and joint pain, sleep problems, dizziness, stomach problems, and more.
Because of these symptoms, long-haulers are finding it difficult or impossible to return to work. As a result, many have been attempting to file for Social Security Disability Insurance.
If you or a loved one are experiencing long COVID and considering SSDI, there are a few things you need to know. Today, we’re talking about this important issue in depth.
We get a few common questions from veterans and their families: when a veteran has a disability, is it possible to get both VA disability and SSDI? What are the requirements?
If you’re a veteran, or your loved one is a veteran, you’ll want to know the answer! This way, you don’t miss out on the benefits you’re owed for working and for serving our country.
Let’s talk about VA Disability and SSDI requirements.
Do you use social media? If you do, you’re certainly not alone! Most people use some form of social media, whether that’s Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or another platform.
Social media can be a good way to keep in touch with far-flung friends and family and to share things you care about. However, if you’re applying for Social Security Disability benefits, social media can be a minefield.
Today, we’re sharing what you need to know about social media and SSDI: will Social Security Disability look at your Facebook account? What can you share, and what should you keep to yourself? Keep reading to find out.
As attorneys for Social Security, we don’t just get questions about how to file for SSDI benefits; we also get many questions regarding what happens after the claim is approved. One such question is, “Are SSDI benefits taxed?” Let’s answer that question!