How do I qualify for Social Security disability benefits?
Qualifying for Social Security Disability Benefits is based on a number of factors, the most important of which is, what is your medical condition? If you have a physical, or mental condition, or a combination of the two that you believe prevents you from working a full-time job, you will most likely qualify for some sort of Social Security Disability Benefits. There are two main types of Disability Benefits. One is SSDI, and one is SSI. SSDI is the benefit that is based on the wages that you’ve earned, and the Social Security taxes you’ve paid in the five to 10 years prior to your onset of disability. However, if you have not worked, say you’re a homemaker, or you just haven’t been able to work, then you may also qualify for the SSI Program.
- Do People Need To Quit Their Jobs In Order To Receive Disability Benefits?
- What Are Some Medical Sources That Are Used To Prove A Disability?
- Who Determines Reconsideration For SSD Benefits?