Social Security Disability Insurance It’s Not Just for Adults

Social Security Disability Insurance: It’s Not Just for Adults

Close your eyes and try to picture someone who receives disability benefits. You probably imagined an adult. However, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is not just for adults. Under certain circumstances, children can receive disability benefits, too. In addition to biological children, the term “children” can include: Adopted children, Dependent stepchildren, Dependent grandchildren, Disabled children,…

Do I Need to Report My Earnings to the Social Security Administration

Do I Need to Report My Earnings to the Social Security Administration?

Maybe you’ve been receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits for a while, but you are ready to go back to work. Perhaps you have already started working and are not sure how the whole process works. Do you need to report your earnings to the Social Security Administration (SSA)? And, if so, will you…

Where Does Lymphoma Fit on the SSDI List of Impairments

Where Does Lymphoma Fit on the SSDI List of Impairments

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits are awarded to people with disabilities that prevent them from working. The Social Security Administration (SSA), which administers SSDI, uses list of impairments to determine if someone meets their definition of disability. The list is extensive and includes many serious medical conditions. Many forms of cancer, including lymphoma, fit…