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If you are on long-term disability should you still file a claim with the SSA if you have an SS rider on your insurance policy and you are able to work at a different occupation?
The re-wording of the question changes the answer. Simply, if you are able to work another occupation than you are not able to qualify for SSDI. 4lifeguild … Answer The SS rider is an offset. This means that your monthly income from your DI policy will be reduced by the amount that SS pays you. The only benefit you had in electing this rider is that it reduced your premiums that you paid for the policy and often times enables you to access a higher protection. If your policy is "Own occ" you will continue to receive payments as long as the benefit period allows or when you return to YOUR occupation whichever comes first. If it's any occ...look out! 4lifeguild
The answer is nothing because if you are 65 and a US resident you are eligible for medicare even if you do not receive social security Answer: If you are enrolled …in Medicare Part B, your premium is automatically deducted from your social security check. For 2009, if you make less than $85,000.00 per year, $96.40 will be deducted from your social security check. If you make more than $85,000.00 per year, check this publication for the correct deducted amount: http://www.medicare.gov/Publications/Pubs/pdf/10050.pdf
Do you pay child support in addition to the child receiving SS because you are disabled from an on the job injury?
Not if your not working and the SS is your only source of income. If you have a child support order you would need to modify it to inform the court of your income and the chil…d's direct receipt of support from SS.
You can't be exact but a few weeks.
how long can you recieve disability and work full time as well
You may receive Medicaid and Medicare disability at the same time if you meet eligibility factors, principally citizenship and limited income/assets.
Does a noncustodial parent have to pay the arrears even though he got disabled and the child is receiving a ss check?
You can file for a retroactive reduction covering the time period between when you became disable and the checks started coming. Note, she also received a retroactive amount t…hat would cover what you owed. see link
If your income exceeds the Medicaid standard in your State, you will have to "spend down" the excess to qualify for Medicaid.
You may apply for Social Security Disability Benefits. They will then determine whether or not you are qualified. Just because you are currently out of work certainly does… not mean that you are qualified. If you were just working fairly recently, I can tell you that you will probably be denied.
You will use your medicare to pay for the medical costs of pregnancy. The question is, " can you physically and emotionally care for the baby ?"
The simple answer is Yes. A person can certainly qualify to receive Long Term Disability benefits because of having cancer. However, it is not the fact that he/she has cancer …that qualifies him/her for benefits. In order to qualify for Long Term Disability benefits, a person must satisfy the requirements set forth by their Group or individual policy - which can be found by reviewing the definition of total disability along with the guidelines for Residual disability. Without getting too far into detail, the requirement to receive Disability benefits from a group or individually owned policy will be worded something like: To be considered totally disabled you must be unable to perform the material and substantial duties of your occupation (or "any" occupation, depending on your contract). Thus explaining that it is not necessarily Cancer that enables a person to receive Long Term Disability benefits, but rather the inability to perform his/her occupational duties that can be caused by cancer. In order to qualify for Residual benefits (benefits for partial disability), the debilitating injury or illness must cause a loss of income greater than 15-25%, depending on the policy.
Yes it can happen that from 50% to 85% of your SSB can become taxable income on your 1040 income tax return.
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 with the policy terms. That is, not all disabilities will fit within the parameters of the policy definitions, nor will all causes. Therefore, the insurer will need to obtain all material medical records, earnings records to document the financial side of the claim, it may conduct surveillance of the claimant, and other activities pertinent to the processing of the claim. Normally, a reputable insurer will stay in regular touch with the claimant, but if it does not, the claimant should not hesitate to keep open the lines of communication on a reasonably timely basis.
Well, not exactly. Like any other human, those affected by Aspergers can work, it is just more difficult. But it does vary on the severity of Aspergers and if it counties this… severity in to adulthood, it is questionable. But otherwise, it does not impair the ability to work. Online jobs or ones were you don't have to talk to people a lot would work fine in these cases.
They should get paid diabilities from our government. Medicare requires that the disabled individual or her/his parent have 40 quarters of earnings credit. In this case, the …individual might also be eligible for Supplemental Security Income and Medicaid.
Children of those who receive Social Security Disability Benefits may be entitled to a small monthly benefit amount. Benefits would be paid only if the claimant is considered …SSDI or Title II. Those who receive benefits from SSI or Title XVI do not qualify.
In general, you may receive both military and Social Security benefits at the same time.