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Posted in: Application Process on September 8th, 2011

It is difficult to receive either Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Insurance.  It generally takes a long period of time, and many people end up in the hole financially even after getting the benefits that they need, mostly because the waiting period for Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Benefits is nearly two years at this point.

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It can be important to understand what sorts of creditors can continue to chase you after you start receiving SSDI or SSI benefits.  There are certain creditors that you can avoid after you are accepted into one of these programs – and those you can not.

What’s The Scoop?

For those who rely on Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Insurance benefits, the good news is that you are free from a great deal of creditors, assuming that the social security benefits are your only source of income.  The only exceptions for this are from past-due child support, past-due taxes, and federal student loans.  If you have any of these on your plate, you can expect that the federal government will be interested in making sure that you pay these bills off if you are receiving Social Security Disability Insurance.

If, on the other hand, you are receiving Supplemental Security Income, the story is a little bit different.  Due to the fact that the benefits you get from Supplemental Security Income are much smaller, the government has decided that it is unfair to garnish any part of these benefits.

 

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