Avoid the Fall Out – Understand Your SSI Benefits

Supplemental Security Income or SSI is a program administered by the Social Security Administration. It consists of benefits paid to people with a limited income and resources, who are disabled, blind, or over the age of 65. In addition, children who are disabled or blind may be eligible for SSI. Read more…

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Social Security’s Complexities

How much do you actually know about Social Security? Did you know that isn’t just for retired folks?  SS has three principle programs – retirement (which we’re all aware of), Disability Insurance (for those who can’t work because of either work-related injuries or because of birth defects) and Supplemental Security Income (for low-income US citizens).…

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Kindle Books Provides Answers to Frequently Asked Social Security Benefit Questions

If you’re in the denominator of people seeking to apply for Social Security Disability (SSD) Benefits or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and have no clue what to do, well, Kindle Books has just published a 33 FAQ sheet. Aren’t sure what SSD Benefits actually are and how they can help you?  Don’t know the difference…

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