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No, but you may sign up with them on the internet and avoid all the hassle of going to the SS office and sit there for hours. That's how I did it and it was simple.
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Actually you can through the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Answer It is not likely that a lender would grant a loan to a person whose sole inc…ome is from Social Security benefits of any type. From the economic standpoint it would not be feasible for someone to use SS benefits for the purchase of a home unless they could put down a very large downpayment or had other sources of income.
Social Security is benefits provided under the Social Security Act (1935), financed by the Social Security Tax authorized by the Federal Insurance Contributors Act (FICA) …and administered by the Social Security Administration. The term usually refers to retirement income benefits, but other benefits include Social Security Disability Income Insurance Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC); the Food Stamp program; Unemployment Insurance; Medicare; Medicaid; Public Assistance for the Aged, Blind and Disabled; Veterans' Compensation and Pensions; Housing Subsidies and Public Housing; Nutritional Programs for Children; and Student Aid.
Keyword in your question "false social security" should immediately tell you the right answers, which is "NO!" Using a false SSN is illegal - always has been, and always… will be.
Yes, it can. But typically would not be unless someone is trying to be clever. Trouble with being clever is that there are usually two parents of a child - and either can get …ideas afterwards. And it gets worse. What if a relative - uncle or grandparent or sister or such - wants to claim that the parent is not a fit parent, and that they need to be appointed the child's guardian? That's right - the guardian then administers the property. Understand also, if any of this is in any way being done to avoid a tax, that will either not work, or lead to more trouble. Property tax must be paid no matter what. Any other tax issues would smack of "evasion".
No. The father would need to legally sign over such payments and then Social Security would have to be notified since this could change any entitlement.
Social security will not be changed. Supplemental Security Income may take this into consideration. Please do not use this site for Social Security information … Call 1-800-772-1213 or visit www.socialsecurity.gov for answers. Take information from anywhere else at your own risk.
Usually the nursing home uses the social security income as payment for services. Possibly you could have your social security payments (if you are at least 62) based on… her income levels. You should plan to either work or find another means of income.
If you are in a nursing home yourself, by definition you can not be caring for a dependent minor child as you are being cared for yourself. The child will need to br placed in… care too and the state will have to fund this care as well as yours. Thus your social secutiy is being used up providing this care.
I suggest you contact your State's Medicaid agency.
No. Social Security Disability payments are not based on assets, but on income. Owning a house may affect SSI (Supplemental Security Income) payments, especially if the house… is particularly large, valuable, or the individual owns more than one house.
Social Security guidelines varies by state. Usually it depends on your income and your ability to work, not by your assets, you'd need to talk to a case worker from Social Sec…urity office in your state, or Google your states eligibility guidelines for qualification.
Social Security doesn't cover any medical expenses. Medicare will help with nursing home care only to the extent that it's necessary for rehabilitation.
Who and how many dwelling in the house. Who has employment and is living in the dwelling. The communication of the parents. The welfare of the state of the house.
I think it wont cause i have moved 10 times
It depends if the child is in the group home because CPS/DCFS/DSS has placed them there you still owe child support and they are entitled to intercept and utilize all SSDI pay…ments.
Well, it kinda depends... anyways, I'm not good on answering these type of well, "grown up" questions. Besides, it's hard to answer. So yeah maybe... well, I'm not conside…ring not answering your question. My answer is: Well, maybe they might take your money or maybe they won't. Like i said, it depends on how much you spend on your money... I'm not really an expert person at this... so yeah. Okay bye.
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