SSDI and Work Requirements: Here’s What You Need to Know
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) covers people who become temporarily or permanently disabled and unable to work.
6 Tips to Make the SSDI Process Easier
The Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) claims process is complicated and frustrating—and navigating it can sometimes feel like trying to go upstream without a paddle.
Working while on Disability
Social Security benefits are often vital if you are a person with a disability. Without these benefits, it can be a struggle to support yourself financially.
SSDI Wait Called a “Death Sentence”
A year ago, we wrote a blog post detailing the Social Security Disability Insurance case backlog and what it meant for people submitting SSDI claims. (You can read it here.)
SSDI Terms You Need to Know
When you have a long-term illness or disability, you face many challenges. You may need financial support to help you pay your medical bills, replace lost wages, and stay financially stable. Social Security Disability is a program that can help you; unfortunately, SSD is incredibly complex and confusing.
5 Social Security Disability Myths, Busted
When you need to file for Social Security Disability, many of your family and friends will want to help. They might offer advice and recount the experiences of people they know. Unfortunately, information from well-meaning loved ones is often heard through the grapevine. In some cases, what they tell you has a grain of truth. In others, the “facts” are anything but.
Does My Disability Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits?
When you’re dealing with a long-term illness or disability that prevents you from working, Social Security Disability Insurance can help you significantly: SSDI benefits can allow you to pay your bills and free you from endless financial worries.
Hiring Freeze May Make Disability Case Delays Worse
The Social Security Disability program is a labyrinth. It is full of confusing regulations, requirements, and exceptions. (We cover one of the many common misconceptions about SSDI in a previous post.)
Are SSI and SSDI the Same Thing?
When you have a long-term illness or disability and struggle to pay your bills, aid programs can be the light at the end of a very long tunnel. The trick to reaching that light is understanding the difference between various aid programs and their requirements for eligibility.