What would you like to do?
Depends. Basic guideline is if you paid for the policy paying the benefit, then the benefit isn't taxable. If someones else contributed to it, or if it was paid with befor…e tax money (as in some employee packages), then the money is taxable. However, consider the income being replaced would have been taxed too.
Can you please answer my question please? What does the state of Wisconsin pay per person on Assistance disability
Most short term disability policies will replace up to 2/3 of your income to a max of $5,000 per month.
Short term disability policies offer a variety of benefit periods (how long the benefit lasts): 3, 6,12, and 24 month benefit period options are very common. Check y…our policy for the benefit period.
Reg. 31.3121(a)(4)-1 says no FICA after 6 months: § 31.3121(a)(4)-1 Payments on account of sickness or accident disability, or medical or hospitalization… expenses. The term wages does not include any payment made by an employer to, or on behalf of, an employee on account of the employee's sickness or accident disability or the medical or hospitalization expenses in connection with the employee's sickness or accident disability, if such payment is made after the expiration of 6 calendar months following the last calendar month in which such employee worked for such employer. Such payments are excluded from wages under this exception even though not made under a plan or system. If the employee does not actually perform services for the employer during the requisite period, the existence of the employer- employee relationship during that period is immaterial.
Disibility pay for pregnancy is approx. 55% of your base period pay (highest paid quarter in the last calender year), and pays up to 4 weeks before and 6 weeks after bir…th, unless complications like cesection or any other situation that prevents you from returning to work, It's basicly up to your doctor! All this information can be found at www.edd.(whatever state your in).gov for me it's www.edd.ca.gov
Last april 25 i have torn and ligament surgery i was in short term dissability that time and i receive a notice from my emplyer that my fmla exhaust july 31st 2011 but up to n…ow already october 2011 iwas still cannot go to back to work.so this coming october 25 my ltd will start kicking in i dont know when my doctoer will release me to go back to work because the mobility of my left hand is not well yet. If my doctor will release me go back to work maybe early next year. Can i still go back to work or im already no job when i come back. My manger called me and told me that she cannot held my job for me when i acked her what do you mean by that when i ask her am i fired she said no. She only told just read the packet that the ltd sent to me. My question is just because fmla exhaust july 31st and im already inltd can i still have a job or im already no more job when my fmla exhaust
It depends on the state in which you work. Five states mandate coverage: CA, HI, NJ, NY, and RI. If you work for a private employer in one of these state, you have no ch…oice, you have to pay. If you live in one of the 45 other states, you can probably make a change during your open enrollment.
If a insurance company pays for Temporary disability are they liable to pay for long term disability?
Insurance companies are notrmally very specific about what they will and will not cover, the policy may only cover short term temporary disability - this does not mean the ins…urer has any obligations for longer term payouts, you need to read the policy carefully and if still unsure then ruing the insurere or broker that sold you the insurance
Disability premiums will cost about 2-3% of your income on average. it is hard to answer with an exact number, since it depends on your age, occupation, duties, health, your c…hoice of long term or short term benefits, etc. 2-3% of income is the accepted average premium cost in disability insurance. The rates can greatly vary from company to company and your age and health are important factors. Also, if you apply for additional riders (benefits) rates can vary even more. I would request a quote that includes ALL riders with details and see what works for you! Be well.
Yes, if you are receiving Social Security disability payments.
Fibromyalgia can be or become a very serious issue over time, specially if not properly treated. It is a condition that insurance companies do not want to insure on an individ…ual basis. If you have fibromyalgia, try to obtain income protection through work as it will be the best option for you to obtain coverage. Group Disability insurance can be offered on a guaranteed standard issue basis, meaning that anyone can get it. However, there are certain guidelines that must be met.
Incarceration? Like in jail? No, its not a disability to be in jail be a long time.
How long does it take for Social Security to issue back-pay on a disability claim and how much will it be?
The length of time it takes to receive a decision on your disability claim is from 3 to 5 months. It can vary depending on several factors, but primarily on: the nature of you…r disability;how quickly we obtain medical evidence from your doctor or other medical source;whether it is necessary to send you for a medical examination in order to obtain evidence to support your claim; andIf your claim is randomly selected for quality assurance review of the decision. If you have further questions, you may call our toll-free number, 1-800-772-1213 or TTY 1-800-325-0778. Our representatives will be glad to help you in any way they can. Go to the SSA.gov website and use the search box for HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO GET THE DISABILITY BENEFITS or copy and paste the below website address in your address bar.
Can you file on the taxes that are taken out of long term disability check
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 insurance policy that the employer has taken out, or self-funded by the employer itself.
You should consult with a tax specialist, but generally employer paid disability insurance benefits are taxable.