It’s become common knowledge that, while Social Security Disability benefits can be a life-saver for many people, they can be difficult to qualify for. However, for informational purposes, the Social Security Administration administers a number of social insurance programs, consisting primarily of Federal old age, survivors, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Health Insurance for Elderly and Disabled (Medicare) and disability insurance.
A disabled claimant will receive the same monthly benefit that he would receive had he retired at full retirement age (65 years old or more depending on age). People who are of age, but have never been able to work and are still dependent on their parents or other caretakers, can sometimes be exempt or partially exempt from these income restrictions.
Your benefits will not run out because you did not contribute enough into the Social Security system. There is no set length of time you can accrue benefits. The compassionate and experienced lawyers of the Hankey Law Office will work hard to make sure you receive the full disability benefits you are entitled to.
One can submit the documents by mail or deliver it personally to the local Social Security Administration. 4. The premiums will shoot up for the next period if you have claimed your income protection insurance. Why not utilize the available resources to develop an income that will replace the supposed and weak at best retirement programs touted by government agencies.
To come up with your AIME Social Security looks at your covered earnings each year from when you first began working until age 60. Next, they form a special average of these earnings (AIME) and use this figure to determine your full retirement benefit (PIA).