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Welcome to Disability Benefits Help

Social Security Benefits, State Disability Benefits, Disability Insurance; It seems that getting help has been made confusing on purpose.  We know the difficulty many have struggled with to get the help they need.  Our goal is to assist you with the information and contacts so you can get the disability benefits you need now.  Living with a disability is hard enough, you shouldn’t have to fight red tape too.

Check out or Disability & Benefit Information Center to learn more about how to obtain Social Security Disability and other forms of Disability Benefits.

Disability is a matter of perception. If you can do just one thing well, you're needed by someone.

— Martina Navratilova

Disability & Benefits Information Center

Social Security Disability Benefits Information

If you have worked and paid into Soc. Sec. and are now disabled and reasonably unable to work, you might qualify for disability benefits. These federal benefits pay you a portion of your average monthly earnings, over the life of your work history, each month as long as you are disabled. There are some common questions for people looking for information on disability benefits:

 

Social Security Retirement Benefits Information

Every paycheck you get has a line where they take out Soc. Sec. withholding taxes and you have been paying your share into Soc. Sec. But when it comes time to retire, do you really know what your benefits will be? Do you understand how Soc. Sec. works? Most have questions and we have put together information on the most common ones we are asked about:

 

Disability Insurance Information

Beyond Soc. Sec. disability benefits, what can you do if you are disabled and unable to work? There are several options and one of the most common is disability insurance. Besides foreseeable dangers in your job there there are a lot of things that can happen and keep you from working. Disability insurance is one precaution you can take to protect yourself if that happens. Here are some things to thing about when considering disability insurance.

 

Social Security Survivors Benefits

When a person passes away families and dependents are left to pick up the pieces. While no one wants to think about money at such a time, life must still go on. Especially if the deceased is the breadwinner of the family their survivors will be looking for ways to continue on financially. Soc. Sec. survivor benefits are one thing that families can look to for help. If you are trying to find more information or just finding out about this avenue, here are some answers that might help you.

 

Latest Benefits & Soc. Sec. News

 

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    Delaying Social Security Retirement Makes Financial Sense for Many Retirees

    While it’s no secret that delaying Social Security retirement until 70 offers higher monthly returns, few people are aware at just how high those returns can be. According to Larry Hungerford, Special Correspondent for the Winston-Salem Journal, waiting to collect Social Security offers considerable financial returns. Retirees who can afford to hold out until age

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    The Best Social Security Calculators

    No one should have to guess when it comes to important retirement decisions. Choosing the best strategy for claiming Social Security retirement benefits is an important decision that nearly every retiree will face. So how can you choose when, and how, to best claim Social Security retirement? Fortunately, there are Social Security calculators out there

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    Happy Birthday Social Security

    This week marks the 79th year anniversary since President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act into law on August 14th, 1935. Over the decades Social Security has provided financial stability and has ensured economic certainty for America’s workers and their families. In honor of Social Security’s birthday, Huffington Post reports that Social Security

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    Millennial Generation Should be Helping Their Families With Important Social Security Decisions

    According to Larry Kotlikoff, contributor to Forbes, the younger generations should be helping their families when it comes time to think about claiming Social Security. Unfortunately though, millennials are more likely to let their parents make all of the decisions regarding Social Security –without offering any help or assistance. Kotlikoff says this is a big

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    Millennial Generation Will Still Receive Most of Promised Social Security Benefits at Retirement

    While the millennial generation remains unequivocally sceptical that they will receive any Social Security benefits when they reach retirement age, experts say that there is still reason to hold out hope. It’s common knowledge that the Social Security program is due to deplete its trust fund by 2033. What isn’t often mentioned though, is the

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    Unauthorized Immigrants Paying $13 Billion Each Year Into Social Security

    Unauthorized Immigrants Paying $13 Billion Each Year Into Social Security   Unauthorized immigrants have paid $100 billion into the Social Security fund over the last ten years, according to the Social Security Administration. While unauthorized workers are paying an estimated $13 billion into the system each year, they are only getting around $1 billion back.