Tag: disability

When ‘storms’ hit, Social Security has you covered

| March 18, 2014

By Chuck Stovall Social Security Administration We have experienced unusually cold and stormy weather this year and more is on its way. That makes it more appropriate than ever to recognize National Umbrella Month this March. National Umbrella Month is a time to celebrate a useful invention used by most everyone. It’s no coincidence that […]

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Disability benefits for what (severely) ails you

Disability benefits for what (severely) ails you

| February 25, 2014

The month of February is a time to recognize how critically important Social Security disability benefits are for people with severe disabilities and their families.

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Social Security serves those who’ve served

Social Security serves those who’ve served

| November 28, 2013

SOCIAL SECURITY On Nov. 11, we honored our nation’s veterans for their service to America. What better time than now to tell you—and for you to help spread the word—about the many benefits and wealth of information Social Security has available for veterans and military personnel. Social Security recognizes those who put their lives on […]

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Let Social Security help guide you to work

Let Social Security help guide you to work

| September 26, 2013

If you are getting disability benefits, we understand how difficult the prospect of trying to work can be. We also understand that the possibility of having medical and financial benefits cut off can be frightening. But rest assured, Social Security has some great work incentives in place that allow people with disabilities to “test the waters” and prove that they can work before any benefits are stopped.

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