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Understanding Social Security Survivor Benefits

Losing a loved one is often an emotional and overwhelming experience. Fortunately, Social Security survivor benefits are available to help a decedent's family member – spouse, children, and parents – meet daily living expenses which would otherwise have been catered to by the decedent's income.

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Common Misconceptions About Social Security Disability

Some 8.2 million Americans receive disability benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA) because they are unable to work. Payments also go to some family members, including 104,000 spouses and 1.4 million children.

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Are Social Security Disability Benefits Taxed?

Generally speaking, people work their entire adult lives paying into the Social Security and Medicare systems to receive both retirement and health benefits when they reach a qualifying age and leave the workforce.

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Common Reasons Social Security Disability Claims Are Denied

According to data supplied by the Social Security Administration (SSA), individuals in North Carolina applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) in 2020 were successful 39.2 percent of the time, down from 39.6 percent in 2019.

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How to Identify Scammers Offering to Help Disability Applicants

For many people who are receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income Disability (SSID), it is their only source of income.

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Social Security 2020 Trustees Report Released — What Disability Beneficiaries Need to Know

For Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) recipients, these benefits allow them to survive when they are unable to work because of a disability. However, the laws that provide these benefits are subject to change and beneficiaries need to stay up-to-date to make sure they are not at risk of losing their benefits.

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Has the Coronavirus Pandemic Disrupted Social Security Applications?

The coronavirus and COVID-19 outbreak have impacted everyone in the U.S. However, people who are seeking financial benefits through the Social Security system may be more vulnerable because many are on a limited income.

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What Social Security Disability Beneficiaries Should Know About Stimulus Checks

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, known as the “CARES Act,” was passed by Congress on March 25, 2020. For the average citizen, the primary benefit of the CARES Act is the direct payment or stimulus payment to help deal with the financial impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.

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