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The Social Security Disability Administration uses federal administrative law judges (ALJs), who have a base salary range of $103,900 - $155,500 (annual) or $8,658 - $12,958 (month) in 2010.
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What is the salary of a Social Security Judge?

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Is social security disability taxable?

it depends, there are some regions or countries that allow tax on your SSN, and some are don't include or don't get tax on it.... See below link: http://official-online-

How do you receive Social Security Disability?

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Can a person get disability and Social Security?

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Social security disability hearing?

This happens after you are denied twice. A person applies and is denied, then applies for reconsideration and is denied. At this point they go to a hearing with an administrat

Can a judge lock someone up for not working when they are drawing Social Security Disability?

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Is social security disability taxed?

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How is Social Security Disability taxed?

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Can Social Security disability be garnished?

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How does Social Security Disability get funded?

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