4.5 Why the State You Live in Matters

by Trajector Disability on November 21, 2016

Approval rates from state to state vary widely Where you live can determine your chances of success Jeffrey Sullivan, Esq. I know what you are thinking…What are my chances of winning my application for social security disability benefits? That is because this is the most commonly asked question by people applying for benefits. However, the […]

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4.4 Calculating Benefits

by Trajector Disability on November 21, 2016

SSI or SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME If a claimant has been approved for SSI, the monthly amount depends on household income and assets. Social Security takes into account earned and unearned income, mortgage or rent payments, and other income amounts in the same household. SSI has a maximum monthly amount of $674. (A Cost of Living […]

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4.3 Benefit Changes in 2013

by Trajector Disability on November 21, 2016

Learn about SSI Benefits and Disability Changes in 2013 The U.S. government’s Supplemental Security Income program provides cash assistance to help disabled Americans afford basic living expenses. Most states pay additional SSI benefits or operate separate programs to aid recipients. The Social Security Administration has made a few significant changes to this program in 2013. […]

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4.2 Benefits Wait Times

by Trajector Disability on November 21, 2016

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4.1 What Do They Pay?

by Trajector Disability on November 21, 2016

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