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By Paulter & Liatsos, LLC
Paulter & Liatsos, LLC Announces Their Newest Website Addition That Features How Divorce Affects Social Security Benefits
By Net Worth Advisory Group
The media is currently buzzing about how you should delay taking Social Security until age 70 in order to maximize your monthly benefit. Let’s examine a fairly typical retiree and determine if it pays to postpone receiving Social Security checks.
By Disability Group Inc.
When the SSA determines if you're eligible for disabled status, two things they look at are your credits and your insured status. Confused? Don't be! Disability Group explains it all for you!
By Disability Group Inc.
Many clients want to know if they can bring a witness to their Social Security benefits hearing. Should you?
By Disability Group Inc.
Everyone who receives SSDI benefits must undergo routine reviews, so that the SSA can determine if they are still eligible to receive payments. Disability Group wants you to have the inside information on how to keep your benefits.
By Disability Group Inc.
You might be surprised to learn that unless your social security disability claim is awarded, you won't pay your SSDI lawyer anything at all. Disability Group answers all the questions you might have about SSDI lawyers' payments.
By Disability Group Inc.
The Social Security Administration sends applicants long questionnaires after the initial application is completed. Do you know how to answer the questions in the best way to get your claim processed quickly and successfully?
By IDMS Account Ability
The Social Security benefits you received in 2010 may be taxable. You should receive a Form SSA1099 which will show the total amount of your benefits.
By Disability Group Inc.
Filing for social security disability benefits means providing evidence that you have a disability. Here are the top ten sources you can use to provide this important evidence and win your claim.
By Disability Group Inc.
Have you been waiting forever for your disability hearing? There's good news from the Social Security Administration!
By Disability Group Inc.
Are you entitled to Social Security benefits? The Social Security Administration asks everyone five questions in order to figure out if they are eligible for benefits. What are those questions, and how do you answer them? Read below!
By Disability Group Inc.
Applying for Social Security disability benefits can be intimidating. Understanding how the system works can be the difference between winning or not winning your benefits. Disability Group reveals common Social Security myths and misconceptions.
By Marketing International
Recipients Should Quickly Order Report and File Paperwork Before the Benefits Disappear
Today most of the companies are available that provide supplemental income to individuals that have become disabled.
The Social Security disability program is the largest of several national programs that provide assistance to people with disabilities.
By Jane Fogelson
Markhoff & Mittman, is offering a FREE seminar to help people learn more about obtaining Social Security Disability Benefits this Tuesday, Jan. 12th at Community Medical Care of NY in the Bronx from 7:00 - 9:00 pm. Call (718) 509-9596 to register.
The social security and supplemental security income disability benefits are intended to provide support to those who are not capable to work because of a disability.
Social Security System: Social security is primarily a social insurance program providing social protection, or protection against socially recognized conditions, including poverty, old age, disability, unemployment and others.
The Social Security and Supplemental Security Income disability benefits are designed to provide assistance to those people who are unable to work because of a disability.
By Lala C. Ballatan
The United States Census Bureau reported on August 6, 2007 that during the year 2002, around 18 percent of the American people claim of having a disability. On the other hand, about 12 percent have severe or serious disability.

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