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Your husband gets social security disability he only gets 656.00 a month you are not able to work could he get ssi?
Unfortunately, this is the same thing and you cannot.
No, but the child is potentially eligible for RSDI payments based on his disabled father's eligibility, and these payments would count toward the father's child support obliga…tion.
You don't really have to report your marriage at all, unless one or both of you have changed your name as a result of the marriage.
There is no requirement to have or use a social security number to live or work in the United States. The Social Security Administration will admit this to you IN WRITING if y…ou write them via snail mail, or email them at http://www.ssa.gov The number IS required for EMPLOYMENT, but that is a term SPECIFICALLY DEFINED in Title 26, the Internal Revenue Codes. Working a regular job in the private sector in any of the now 50 united States doesn't constitute "employment" as defined in the revenue codes UNLESS THE WORKER VOLUNTARILY CHOOSES TO PARTICIPATE IN SOCIAL SECURITY. Employers are REQUIRED TO ASK for the SSN, but the worker is NOT REQUIRED TO PROVIDE ONE, unless he chooses to participate/pay into Social Security. Participation in Social Security would run afoul of the Constitution in the event that it was, by law, OTHER than 100% voluntary. Coercing people into "volunteering" is a wall of ignorance, fear, and corporate policy, but NOT any law.
You can start receiving retirement benefits at age 62. However, you will get substantially more if you wait until you are older to get your first check. The amount you will re…ceive at different ages depends on when you were born, as well as how much you paid in through the years.
ZERO your husbands disability income has to do with his inability to work and has nothing to do with you in life or death.
It can be reported by mail, internet or phone (1-800-772-1213.) First, know the facts. A person collecting social security disability can work up to 9 months during a 36 mon…th period with some offset. Do your research on those rules and make sure you know what you are talking about. You also need to know the facts about the person's situation and the odds are you do not. Karma will come back to you. Most people would rather be working than collecting disability. Disability is a pretty paltry sum. It's hardly enough to live on. Perhaps you should encourage the person to work and become independent enough to get off disability.
No, but most can generally receive social security once they are out.
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.
You will have to pay taxes on your benefits, and any other income you have. And unless you have money taken out of your benefit checks for tax purposes, (which you wouldn't be…cause they don't normally tax them) you get hit with a huge tax bill in April. It is a bad financial move to get married while receiving Social Security Disability insurance. You will not be taxed if your combined income is $34,000.00 per year or less. If the combined is more, your Social Security Disability Income can be taxed up to 10% of your yearly earnings.
Here are some details - If you are getting SS benefits and you die this month, even if it's the 31st, your next check has to be sent back to Social Security. Then, …your spouse can collect money on your account. They have rules about things - like you have to have been married for ten years. Or, the spouse has to be 65 to get it. If you aren't collecting benefits your spouse has to wait until they are 65 to collect it. If you have minor children, they get a check each month until they are of legal age. If you have no spouse and your children are grown, the children get a lump sum payment which is only a few hundred dollars.
The direct deposit date is based on the date of birth for the person whose earnings record is being used to pay benefits. If your benefits are calculated from your own work re…cord, then your date of birth is used; if the benefits are calculated on a spouse's or (for children) parent's work record, then his or her date of birth is used. If the birthday occurred on the: 1st through 10th, your deposit will be on the second Wednesday of each month 11th through 20th, your deposit will be on the third Wednesday of each month 21st through 31st, your deposit will be on the fourth Wednesday of each month If you receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) checks only, your deposit will be on the first day of the month If benefits began prior to May 1997 or you receive both SSDI and SSI benefits, your deposit will be on third day of the month If the scheduled date falls on a holiday, benefits are paid one business day earlier than scheduled. Access the exact calendar dates for 2010 via Sources and Related Links, below.
Social Security benefits are payed out monthly alphabetically according to your last name. A's get paid first naturally, then so on in order though out the month. Good Luck if… you are Mr. Zumba!
They can acsess alot of things about you. There are probly internet searchs for that kind of stuff. Like people finds. Your socail security number contains the zip code of t…he city you were born in. So they would know that. And they have you put in your socail security number on anything like a bank account or a credit card account. So if they know enough about you they can acess your bank account and steal from you.
Probably zero. An SSI beneficiary cannot be ordered to pay current child support. (Of course, he still owes any past-due support, but his SSI cannot be attached to collect thi…s.)