You should be able to get a car loan anywhere in the U.S., if you have a note from your doctor stating that you are capable of driving and if you own a house or have property and you haven't made past loans and used this up in collateral you could use your home or property as collateral for a car. If you are renting and just have a pension coming in (hopefully a company pension as well) then go for a used car approx. 3 - 5 years old and in good shape rather than a new car. If you have grown children, a nephew or a younger friend have them go with you to check out used vehicles. If your legs have had injuries there is usually a place you can go (some mechanics) that will either put "hand controls" for your brakes/gas where you can reach it. I've seen these types of controls in a car several times in Canada. Good luck! Marcy
by being disabled.
Income tax is a tax rate that is applied to specific person's income and is based upon their level of income. It is usually taxed upon a percentage of income and can change.
In most cases, people who receive benefits from disability insurance will not be required to owe any taxes on that money. However, there are some cases when people with certain income levels will be required to pay taxes on disability insurance income. If a person has disability income and earns a salary that is greater than $25,000 and less than $34,000, then he or she will have to pay taxes on 85% of all disability income received in the past year. If a person earns more than $34,000, then he or she will have to pay taxes on a greater portion of the disability income.
I believe there are ways to make additional income when on disability. You will have to find out the maximum amount your allowed to make while on disability. You are permitted to make up to a certain amount in addition to the amount disability pays you.
The social disability application is a form filled out by someone who is disabled and unable to work. A person who can not work and earn an income would fill out the form and try to get social security disability income.
In general, you can sue anyone who has done something wrong to you. However, collecting the judgment may be difficult if the person's only income is from disability, unless the person has insurance that covers the liability at issue.
The average income of a person, who lives in Bulgaria, is equal to US$6000. Most jobs will pay only a fraction of what they would pay in the United States.
In Italy the average income per capita is about 25,000 US dollars. That is about 13,000 dollars less than in the United States.
Can a disabled person care for a person in foster care, and how would it affect their disability income? I also get Long term disability through my former employer.
If you are asking if the money from disability can be "garnished" like wages the answer is NO. Creditors can't attach social security disability income.
Disability pay in California will depend wholly on what you were making at a previous job, and what your expenses are. They will typically pay 30% to 60% of a person's past income.
No. However, disability income may exceed the standard in the person's State. In such a case, the person will have a spend-down to meet before qualifying for Medicaid.