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Should You Be Getting Medicaid or Medicare?
Posted in: Medicare/Medicaid on July 4th, 2012

With health insurance costs being so high, many people who have thought about Medicaid and Medicare in the past are especially interested in getting those benefits now.  If you think you might qualify for Medicaid and/or Medicare, then keep reading to find out for sure! Who Qualifies? Before asking this question, it’s important to understand […]

How to Get Social Security Benefits
Posted in: Benefits on June 27th, 2012

If you are like many Americans in their early 60s, you’re starting to think about Social Security benefits.  You want to make sure that you get back all the money you put into the system throughout your working years.  While the process isn’t too difficult, this post can help walk you through the steps so […]

SSDI Work Incentives Program
Posted in: Work Incentives Program on June 20th, 2012

SSDI, or Social Security Disability Insurance, offers a work incentives program to those involved in the program.  The program is set up to encourage and assist individuals in re-entering the workforce.  SSDI is primarily a supplemental income program and does not provide the amount of income that you can receive from your job.  The work […]

Supplemental Security Income At A Glance
Posted in: Supplemental Security Income on June 13th, 2012

Supplemental Security Income, or SSI, is a program provided by the Social Security Administration and is available to low-income individuals who are blind, disabled, or at the age of 65 years old or older.  Unlike most SSA programs, the funds for SSI are not taken from the Social Security Trust but rather from the US […]

Disability Insurance At A Glance
Posted in: Social Security Disability on June 6th, 2012

Oftentimes you will find Americans who have spent their entire lives working but become unable to perform the work that they once did.  It is individuals like this that find themselves looking towards Social Security Disability Insurance, or SSDI, to assist them with their predicament.  SSDI is a tax-funded program that is managed and operated […]

Social Security Benefits
Posted in: Benefits on May 29th, 2012

Eventually in our lives we will reach a point when we come into contact with the Social Security Benefits program other than through that tax line on our paycheck.  It is often put on the backburner and surprisingly, many people do not fully understand the system.  If you fall into this category, this short post […]

Disability Insurance Awareness Month Reminders
Posted in: News on May 23rd, 2012

In efforts to boost consumer knowledge about Social Security programs May is designated National Disability Insurance Awareness Month. During the month of May, many agencies offer free seminars and events to reach consumers who may be affected by a disability or those who may need disability benefits in the future. Part of the mission this […]

SSI Questioned For Disabled Children
Posted in: Supplemental Security Income on May 16th, 2012

Recent examination into the current Social Security program budget has begun to focus on where and how the money is spent. Not just in terms of the past program expenses, but the future expenses as well. Supplemental Security Income is reserved for those in financial need that are over the age of 65 or disabled, […]

The Social Security Tax Holiday Debate
Posted in: News on May 9th, 2012

The issue of Social Security and the future of funding has taken a front seat in political debates for the last few years. Despite already struggling to keep up benefits for essential programs like Social Security Disability, the government implemented a tax holiday that impacted the future of these funds. Payroll Tax Holiday In effort […]

More Trouble For Social Security Recipients
Posted in: Medicare/Medicaid on May 3rd, 2012

As if the disappointing  news regarding the fate of Social Security and disability insurance programs wasn’t ominous enough, a new report suggests that Medicare costs could also be changing over the next few years. With close to 6 million people relying on Medicare benefits for health coverage, the expected increase in costs could be detrimental […]

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