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How Does Social Security Disability Backpay Work?

After a lengthy claims process, you have finally received approval for social security disability (SSD) benefits. During this time, you may have lived without any income and now, you’re told you will receive SSD backpay. Also known as past due benefits, how much should you expect to get?

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Can You Work Receiving Social Security Disability?

You applied for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits when your condition prevented you from holding a steady job or drastically reduced your hours. Yet, you wonder if after you’ve been approved, you can continue to work – even if it’s just for a few hours a day. While disability experts recommend holding off during the application process, you might be able to continue working under the following provisions.

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Can You Lose Social Security Disability After Approval?

This content is for informational purposes only Trantolo & Trantolo is not currently accepting cases for Social Security Disability. Please check in the future for any updates.   Claimants who have recently gone through the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) grueling process of appeals and approval are thankful when it’s finally over. However, once you’ve been…

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Can Age Affect Social Security Disability Approval?

This content is for informational purposes only Trantolo & Trantolo is not currently accepting cases for Social Security Disability. Please check in the future for any updates.   Many people believe that, before applying for Social Security Disability (SSD), a doctor’s recommendation is enough. Yet, the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) Sequential Evaluation Process not only…

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Social Security Disability and Student Loans: Do You Still Have to Pay?

You graduated from college and found your dream job, but nearly a decade later, a critical injury reduces your ability to work. When you’re dealing with a long-term, debilitating condition, you realize you can apply for Social Security Disability (SSD), but where does that leave your student loan payments?

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