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Weighing Doctor’s Opinion In Benefits Decision
Posted in: Benefits on February 15th, 2012

There are many factors that go into the decision process of Social Security Disability claims. While the process is riddled with documentation requirements and waiting periods, many applicants are informed about what all goes into the final decision. Besides extensive work history verification and income requirement needs, one of the biggest factors if the medical […]

Disability Benefit Cuts Cause Harm
Posted in: Social Security Disability on February 8th, 2012

While cuts to important Social Security funds such as disability insurance are sure to put a strain on the financial wellbeing of recipients, farther reaching effects are being recognized. There have been numerous reports that disability groups are being scorned and stigmatized as a result of big cuts to funding.Now labeled as “abusers of the […]

New Jersey Man Charged With Disability Fraud
Posted in: News on February 1st, 2012

As times get tougher so do the measures people go through to make ends meet. While fraud and cheating the system have always been concerns for Social Security programs, there has been more attention in recent years over people illegally receiving disability benefits. Guilty As Charged A Cranford, New Jersey man was charged last week […]

Social Security Benefits For The Self Employed
Posted in: Benefits on January 25th, 2012

Social Security benefits are available for the elderly and disabled, but not everyone understands how these benefits work. While SSI is reserved for the aging or disabled that have limited resources, SSDI is provided contingent on a person’s previous employment tax history.  Knowing how these differences affect a person’s ability to receive benefits is an […]

Age Requirement For Social Security May Increase
Posted in: Benefits on January 18th, 2012

The future of Social Security programs has been up in the air, and the source of much debate, for quite some time. As political officials argue as to how to proceed to cut costs and ensure future citizens are covered, there have been many rogue ideas brought to the table. One of the biggest issues […]

More Sentenced For Medicare Fraud
Posted in: Medicare/Medicaid on January 11th, 2012

Recent news reports surface around several more individuals who have been charged and convicted of Medicare fraud. As Social Security benefits become tightened and the fate of several programs up in the air, many people are resorting to criminal measures to get help. Judge And Jury A Los Angeles woman plead guilty to committing $6.2 […]

Unemployment Puts Pressure On Disability Funds
Posted in: Social Security Disability on January 4th, 2012

The economy has challenged us quite a bit over the last few years and it isn’t just the unemployment rate and raising national debt that has many of us concerned. The lack of affordable healthcare options, the cracks in major industries like the housing market and the fate of Social Security benefits are all topping […]

Payroll Tax Cut Bad For Disability Beneficiaries
Posted in: News on December 29th, 2011

As the year comes to a close, many have been holding their breath awaiting the decision as to whether the payroll tax cuts would  be extended. Although many argue the tax cuts are essential for economic recovery, many are pointing at the flipside of the coin that has economists concerned. Just as the fate of […]

Social Security Program Gets Quality Boost
Posted in: Medicare/Medicaid on December 20th, 2011

One of the most utilized and critical programs offer by Social Security launches a new initiative to improve quality for consumers. Medicare announced earlier this week that they will be starting an experiment aimed at improving care for seniors and, hopefully, saving taxpayers money. The Good News After being at the forefront of the debt […]

Working With Disability Insurance
Posted in: Work Incentives Program on December 14th, 2011

Many people assume that they are not allowed to work if they plan to keep their Social Security Disability benefits. This is false. In fact, the Social Security Administration wants for benefit recipients to be as self sufficient as possible, which is why they created the Work Incentives Program. Getting Back To Work The Work […]

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