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Social Security Disability Evaluation

SSDI Benefits

The qualifications for Supplemental Security Income benefits are different from Social Security Disability Insurance benefits. The reason for this difference is based on how the benefits are funded. These differences affect who is eligible to receive benefits, how much they will receive and whether they qualify for any additional assistance.

Social Security Disability Insurance

  • SSDI benefits are generated from FICA taxes that are specifically paid by the individual into the Social Security funds while in the workforce.
  • The amount you will receive in benefits is directly related to your prior work history.
  • SSDI recipients are eligible to receive Medicare benefits and food stamps.
  • The benefits received under the SSDI program are taxable; however, most people will owe very little, if any, taxes on these benefits.

We know how tough times can be when money is tight. Let one of our attorneys help you get the benefits you need as quick and easy as possible.