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Medicare and Social Security Benefits: Do You Automatically Qualify?

Medicare and Social Security are federal agencies that provide financial assistance to millions of qualifying Americans every year. Fortunately, they are also linked, so if you are collecting Social Security Disability benefits (SSD), you may automatically be eligible for Medicare depending on your age, disability, and period in which you’ve been a beneficiary. Determining Eligibility …

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Are My Social Security Benefits Taxable?

When you’re initially approved for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, you will likely feel a sense of relief – the application process is over, and you’re finally receiving the financial assistance you need. However, questions will eventually begin to arise. For instance, are social security benefits taxed? This is a commonly asked question, and the …

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VA vs. SSD Benefits: Which One is Right for You?

As a military veteran, you may have more options for disability benefits than you realize. For example, you may be eligible to receive both Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) benefits and Social Security Disability (SSD) simultaneously. Ultimately, whether or not you qualify for either federal agency depends on your unique situation. Here’s what you should …

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Getting Disability: Can You Do the Type of Work You Have Done in the Past? Does it Matter?

The short answer is “maybe.” A lot depends on your age. If you are under age 50, the answer is probably no. All the Judge has to do is show that there are 20,000 or more full-time jobs that you can do, regardless of whether you could ever find that job anywhere near where you …

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