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January 2018 Archives

3 actions that could harm your chances of SSDI approval

Suffering from an injury that has negative impacts on your employment can seem insurmountable. Even though working may cause you excruciating pain or other debilitating effects, you may feel as if you have no other choice but to try to work through the pain in order to gain an income. However, your condition may get to a point at which you simply cannot work.

Military veterans, can be impacted by government shutdown

With all the buzz in the news recently about a government shut down, it's gotten many military veterans nervous. The government last shut down for an extended period was in 2013 and we learned a lot about how that impacts people in our community and around the United States. The government has a lot of moving parts, including many that affect our nation's veterans and their families, so it's inevitable that a government shutdown would directly affect their lives. The federal government provides many services to our veterans that can abruptly cease in a shutdown.

SSI Supplemental Security Income is possible if denied SSD

With a new year comes new aspiration and goals for how you want your year to go. Now that the craziness of the holidays is behind us, new year's resolutions can be front and center. One new year resolution for many Mobile residents may be to finally address their disability and do something proactive to improve their situation. If you didn't work for a long enough period with contributing wages, per the Social Security Administration's rules, you may have other options when you are disabled.

For which reasons could a disability claim be denied?

No one enjoys hearing the word no. Whether it's something small or something big, it can be a frustrating experience when we do not get the answer we deserve or expect. Same goes for applying for Social Security disability. Sometimes it doesn't go the way we planned and it can result in a denial of a disability claim.

Tax credit available for many on Social Security Disability

With the turn of the new year, many start to think about new year resolutions and how to best plan for the year in front of them. One thing many Mobile residents often think about is filing their taxes. No one likes paying income tax, but sometimes there is no way around it. The good news for many of those living on Social Security disability or other permanent or total disability programs, is that there is a tax credit to ease their tax burden.

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