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Disability Insurance

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A form of insurance that insures the beneficiary's income against a potential disability that will make an employee incapable working

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SSI (supplemental security income) program for low income people to help with the necessary living expense and SSI is not a part of the social security benefit insurance program.The federal payment amount in 2010 per month for an individual is $674 and some states do add to this amount.Go to the SSA...
Not likely because they both cover the same issue and would be considered "double-dipping" or collecting twice for the same thing.
Yes absolutely, my father receives both. Keep in mind that the Government doesn't like giving away money and they WILL send you around in circles for quite some time.
Sure. You can be sued on no income at all.
I recently talked to my DAV Rep and he did tell me that if for any reason your disability gets worse to the point that you can not work, or you have surgery to let him know and you can apply to be put on Temporary 100% disability.
You are more likely to receive a abscence of leave from work. Any pay received will depend on your contract, history and employment term. If unemployed then there are options.
It depends on the state and the nature of the disability. If you are permanently disabled and can't work then you probably can not get unemployment. They will ask you in the check claiming process if you are able to work. Some states will allow eligibility if you have a disability, but it depends...
It may depend on the nature of the disability. Unemployment requires the ability, among other things, to work and by definition, a disabled person might not be able to perform that function.
The Social Security disability insurance program (sometimes referred to as SSDI) pays benefits to you and certain family members if you worked long enough and paid Social Security taxes.You can go to the SSA gov website and find some information about this matter.
They would ordinarily receive one or the other, but not both at the same time.
The answer depends upon several factors, and the payer may be a public or a private source.On the public side, one may qualify for Social Security Disability Income benefits. Qualification depends upon meeting certain guidelines, including having paid into the system (through taxes) for a given...
You don't. The whole idea behind SSD is that you have a disability preventing you from working (at least full time) so it provides an income. You may be thinking of sick pay which, if paid by the company, varies depending on your contract, however social security sick pay is always available if...
It depends on the state, the nature of the disability, the length of the disability, earnings, etc. It's best to check with your own state's employment security office for clarification.
Because Kentucky looks at the base year (the first 4 of the last 5 completed calendar quarters) for qualifying, if your long term disability were before that you might not be eligible. Check with the state's employment security office.
The SSA does NOT have any set amounts for this purpose. You will have to get the correct numbers that you might be qualified to receive depending on your work record by going to the SSA website and at the top of the page choose DISABILITY
ALL of the other sources of worldwide income that you may be receiving or could be receiving that is NOT for your DISABILITY.If you are receiving social security disability insurance payments for your disability then you are receiving A TYPE OF DISABILITY INCOME.Or some other company paid or...
Yes this is possible BUT. You will have to make sure that this is done correctly by contacting your local SSA office for some assistance about this matter.If you're disabled but able to engage in part-time work, SSDI allows earnings of up to $1,000 per month (2010) for most disabilities, or $1,640...
You might be eligible for one or the other, but not both at the same time.
if your in ownership, then its the buy and sell idea buying as a small cow and raising them up to be big then selling then for twice as much. Grain does cost money but the outcome is better than ud expect. Also you can control wat kinds of animals you want, pigs horses cattle,etc. Being a farmer is...
It's difficult to tell what you're really asking in this question. Scenario 1 If you're currently receiving disability benefits and working without violating a private insurance policy's rules or government regulations, then you're not required to reveal your disability status and there is no real...
Insurance Companies pay different disability insurance as per package. There are many factor involved in getting disability insurance. You have to fully understand and fill out the disability work sheet that will determine how much you will get in case of disability.
NO WAY. You can only qualify for social security insurance benefits by contribution to the social security insurance program either through wages OR from being a self employed taxpayer and contributing to the The (OASDI) Old Age Survivor and Disability Insurance (FICA) (social security and Medicare...
The elimination period is the length of time you must be disabled before benefits begin. Your elimination period is determined by you at time of application. Shorter elimination periods come with higher premiums.
It means to take away.
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You should see a doctor as soon as you are unable to work and that report, given to the state's employment security office should start the process.
Short-term disability benefits may be payable under a private insurance policy procured by you or by your employer. The policy will provide a definition of "disability" that has to be met in order to trigger benefits. Depending upon the definition, you may have to be rendered unable to perform the...
Yes, if you have significant heart muscle damage causing chronic  congestive heart failure, abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmia), or  low efficiency (ejection fraction generally <20%, normal is  55-65%).
Yes, Id say however it is dependent on VA's policies. Suggestions is to always apply. If you need any help, id consult more higher sources in the legal hierarchy or contact anyone that could help you in dealing with Comp benefits in VA.
If you were the victim, you probably qualify for some form of assistance, even if it was through your state's Human Resources, etc. If you were the robber, the system seems to take care of you, too.
  The schedule isn't any different, but your tax return will have to have been processed by April 15 to get the rebate according to the schedule.
People are often disabled - have their abilities reduced - by workplace injuries and illnesses.States require that employers maintain workers compensation insurance to provide medical care and partial lost wage reimbursement for such injuries. However, the particulars of the workers compensation...
Unfortunately, for various reasons, no job is totally secure under most circumstances. However, if you job was eliminated due to the disability and for no other reason, you may have a case for the Labor Commissioner or his equivalent.
  Georgia does not have state disability insurance. You need to approach your employer, and ask to make the option of short term disability coverage available to you and your co-workers. It is something you would pay for yourself through payroll deduction, so there is no direct cost to your...
Because the long term disability benefits are probably better than the unemployment ones and because you can't collect both and you can claim unemployment only for a base period of 15 months, you may not have a better choice, but it's being made for you. Answer I think you should check in with the...
Disability Insurance pays when you get injured working. It's used to pay bills like the electric, and the mortgage.
Disability insurance protects a person's ability to work and earn an income. If a person is already retired, than they are no longer working or earning an income, which leaves no income to insure. In retirement there is a type of coverage called Long-Term Care insurance, which should be considered...
Force you? They may not be able to force you but you should get your policy out and see if your benefits depend on following your recommendations. This is a better question for a lawyer to answer.
True Disability insurance does not just pay for a covered accidental injury - it pays for any injury or illness that prevents you from being able to work and earn an income. Therefore there is not a list of specific covered injuries. An important provision to understand with respect to disability...
Social Security Disability is, of course, a payment from a federal agency. While there is no rule specifically on Social Security Disability, the general rule is that any funds received from a federal agency by fraud (in a petition filed on or after October 17, 2005) cannot be discharged. If the...
If you are able to work you are not eligible for disability benefits.
Disability insurance often replaces up to 2/3 of your income. The idea is to keep money flowing in during times you are unable to work, but not to create an incentive for workers to stay disabled. Insurers want you returning to work as soon as possible, and shorter disabilities keep premiums...
This would depend on the state you work in. In most states, if you qualified for long term disability, you could not be eligible for unemployment because, among other things, you have to be ready, willing, ABLE, and actively seeking full time employment.
It depends on your state. Some states do require that you have to prove that you have a disability which means getting a doctor's note.
You need to be a US citizen for the preceding 7 years.
If you live in the United States, yes. One of the disability insurance programs run by the Social Security Administration (SSA) is the Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Under this program which is funded by federal taxes, any person who is aged or disabled with little to no income may be eligible...
no i believe not because they believe you are a hundred percent or able to work so you stop getting your funding
If you are receiving benefits from Social Security Disability Insurance, your moving will not affect the reception of benefits at all. Make sure to alert your Security office of your change of address so that you continue to receive correspondence from Social Security and your checks as well. If...
You qualify for disability benefits by being disabled as defined by the insurance policy. Secretly using illegal drugs is illegal, but not disqualifying. You certainly cannot claim to be disabled ONLY by illegally using drugs - the insurer owes you noting.
Certainly, an employer can terminate you at any time for any reason not prohibited by law. You can't be fired simply for having a disability. You CAN be fired for becoming unable to perform even one essential job function.
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Can you file on the taxes that are taken out of long term disability check
Social security is for permanent disabilities only - those lasting at least one year or expected to result in death.
Long Term Disability policies cover you if you are put in a nursing home or need to have a nurse come to your home regardless of how you were put there. Accidental Death and Dismemberment policies are usually attached to auto policies and they pay you and your family money if you are killed or lose...
Example sentence - My brother has a learning disability.
With Disability insurance, the taxation of benefits is based on how the premiums were paid. If the premiums are tax deducted, then benefits will be taxable as ordinary income. However, if the premiums were not tax deducted (meaning paid with after-tax dollars), the benefits will not be subject to...
An otherwise eligible convicted felon may receive Social Security disability or retirement benefits when he or she is not incarcerated for more than 30 days and has no outstanding warrants. Social Security will not pay cash benefits to anyone living in a prison, jail, nursing home or other tax...
Yes, but only the federal government can garnish your Social Security check, and only for limited purposes, such as payment of child support, alimony, delinquent taxes, and debt to other federal agencies.    Federal law prohibits creditors from garnishing social benefit checks, such as Social...
Because this may be an issue of having to quit through no fault of your own, you should check with your state's employment security office for clarification. You might be eligible for worker's comp, also
Yes. Marriage, by itself, has no impact on whether you can receive disability benefits. If the Social Security Administration determines you are disabled and you (or your spouse) have accumulated an adequate number of work credits, you can receive benefit payments under SSDI (Social Security...
California state disability pays 55% of your income up to $987 per week in 2010.
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for those who are unable to work due to health
It is possible to collect both CPP and EI consecutively; however,  there may be a small chance where the CPP amount can be subtracted  from EI benefits. Eligibility requirements must be met in order to  receive both.
The broad answer to the question is Yes. However, whether both categories of benefits are payable in a particular situation will depend upon whether the applicant is found to be "totally disabled" under SSDI guidelines, and how the private disability policy defines disability.A very comprehensive...
If you file for unemployment and are not able to work, then you will be ineligible for benefits. However, if you are currently receiving benefits and become disabled, then yes...you would be flagged in their system to continue with benefits. It is a process because once you notify them of your...
The unemployment office will look at the reasons for your termination. If you were let go because of a lack of work, reduction in force, or because your leave was exhausted and no further time off could be granted. Next, the unemployment office will look at your ability to seek and accept immediate...
Your not supposed to do that but how are they gonna find out? I mean Short Term Disability is about 66 2/3 percent of your salary and the burden of proof is on them. The only way an insurance company can find out is if someone reports you and/or something you do becomes public record otherwise,...
when do ssi payment come and when do they come out and can you collect ssi if you get social security because i was getting umempoyment last years they toal me to pay me back i want some more anwers so please email at tameka24@yahoo.comabout collectf ssi payment.
really depends on your case, but you can and many people do ssi= supplemental security income ; disability= social security disability income (ssdi)
Alimony is awarded via a legal judgement. Disability is still considered income. You should Contact your attorney and apply for a garnishment of his wages or get a job.
The IRS doesn't pay disability benefits; they collect taxes. You may or may not be able to collect disability benefits from a private insurance policy and the Social Security Administration at the same time, but if you can, it's likely the income from one would be reduced to offset some or all of...
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That depends on your circumstances and monthly income. If you qualify for SSI (Supplemental Security Income) in addition to SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance), you will usually also qualify for Medicaid, but the program is state-administered, and each state sets its own guidelines for...
Dependent children of disabled people who qualify for Social Security Disability (SSDI) are typically eligible to receive monthly benefits to offset the cost of their care until they reach age 18 (or age 19, if the child is still in high school at 18). The child's benefit is calculated based on the...
The IRS states that only settlements due to physical or emotional injury are non taxable, for instance if you received a settlement for mesothelioma.States however may tax settlements as ordinary income.
Because Workers Comp and disability are health issues, you can file for unemployment, but you have to qualify for them under Kentucky's laws like everyone else.
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The question has many variables. Among them are the source of the disability benefits and the nature of the disability that is claimed.For example, if the benefits are to be provided by a private disability policy, the insurer will have to ensure that the cause and nature of the disability comports...
NJ has a state mandated temporary disability program for people who work in the state. You will need to complete a claim form.
yes How do you do it & does it lower the amount of disability I receive now?
Not specifically for a long term disability, but you can collect if you have a terminal illness.
This assumes that you are referring to a private disability policy. Most such policies terminate benefits at age 65, as it is then that the insured would be entitled to Social Security benefits.
It depends upon the plan that your employer maintains.Frequently, benefits are on a sliding scale, such as 75% for the first month, 60% for the next month, and 40% thereafter until the benefit expires. The percentages are based upon your earnings at the time of disability, and may be funded via an...
A simple answer is: "Yes". However, I have a sense there is more to it. If you are asking more specifically can they work and still receive the benefits then the correct answer is: "It depends".If you want to know more, a good place to start is to look at how your Disability Income Insurance plan or...
You can apply immediately after leaving the workforce, but your disability must be expected to last at least 12 months, or result in death, in order for you to be eligible to receive Social Security Disability benefits.
that is likely a yes since there are usually more limited to the types of work they can do, mostly social and physical. Plus the developmental delays in autism can make it difficult for holding a job.