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March 2016 Archives

Widow benefits are possible through Social Security

Imagine that for your entire life, you have worked towards having your own career. You went to school, earned your degree and prepared to work down a path that would yield you a bountiful career. During the course of your life, you meet someone and the two of you decide to have a child.

Proving your disability: what can you do to achieve this?

In the last month, we have talked about a couple of important topics when it comes to Social Security disability insurance. We talked about how the disability onset date is an incredibly important factor in your case. We talked about how there are slight, but critical, differences in Social Security disability (SSD) claims and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claims.

SSDI vs. SSI: what differentiates these benefits?

SSDI refers to Social Security Disability insurance, often called "SSD" or Social Security disability benefits. There are a variety of names and acronyms, but they all refer to the same thing. SSI, or Supplemental Security Insurance, is very similar to SSD, but people qualify for SSI under different terms. This is the biggest factor that differentiates between SSD and SSI.