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Disability benefits are through the Social Security Administration. You can contact their local office or visit their website.
i have social security disabiliy now and now my husband is needing to file. If he receives SSD will his affect mine. And we have been married for four years.
The best way is to ask for a projection of what it is and will be from SS, which they provide happily for free. Once you find out how many SS credits you have, go to the Rela…ted Link below on how to estimate your retirement benefits.
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Minor children become eligible for dependent benefits at the same time you become eligible for disability or retirement benefits. If you are on Social Security, but your min…or children aren't receiving a monthly payment, you may have neglected to fill out some of the paperwork or provide some of the documentation necessary to the process. You will need to take your and your children's birth certificates to your local field office, or contact Social Security by phone at 1-800-772-1213 between the hours of 7:00 am and 7:00 pm EST.
Social Security benefits are funded by each individual. Taxes are taken out of their salary and paid out after they reach their retirement years. The money was supposed to be …set aside and receive interest for the individual who then supposedly gets it back when they retire in the form of social security benefits.
As early as age 62. You can find all kinds of information about this by going to the SSA.gov web site use the search box for When To Start Receiving Retirement Benefits At Soc…ial Security, we're often asked, "What is the best age to start receiving retirement benefits?" The answer is that there is no one "best age" for everyone and, ultimately, it is your choice. You should make an informed decision about when to apply for benefits based on your individual and family circumstances. We hope the following information will help you understand how Social Security can fit into your retirement decision. Click on the below Related Link
No. Social Security benefits are non-transferable, so they can't be garnished, attached or levied by most creditors. Only the federal government can garnish Social Security ch…ecks, and only for limited purposes, like payment of back taxes, alimony, and child support, debt to other federal agencies, and some victim compensation awards. Generally, they withhold only a portion of the benefit to help satisfy these obligations (e.g., maximum of 15% for past due taxes).
We all do in the long run. It provides income to those who have worked their lifetime and have contributed (along with their employers) into the program. The beneficiaries are… survivors of the contributor, the disabled, medicare recipients, and retired people.
No; Social Security tax (i.e., FICA) is collected from earned income only.
Yes if it proves to be debilitating.