There’s varied amounts of time that it takes for your SSD benefits to begin. If your case is strictly an SSD case, it could take only a month for that benefit to begin. If your case is SSD and SSI combined, it might take more like three months for those benefits to begin because there has to be offset calculations made by Social Security. If your case is strictly an SSI case, it could take four to six weeks for your benefits to begin. And again, these times are governed by the case load at the local Social Security office and the payment center and so it could vary in any particular case.
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Social Security Disability Blog Posts:
Social Security Continuing Disability Review of Benefits
What You Should Know about Social Security’s Continuing Disability Review of Benefits. A Continuing Disability Review (CDR) is a routine review done by the Social Security Administration (SSA).
Disability Benefits for People Over Sixty
Applying for Social Security Disability Benefits in Your Sixties. If you feel you are unable to work due to a physical or mental disability, know that you have options. The Social Security
The Federal Government Shutdown and the SSA
The Federal Government Shutdown is a concern to many of our clients. According to the Social Security Administration, Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) checks will not
Calculating Social Security Benefits Online
Disability and Retirement Benefits Can Be Calculated Online It can be difficult to determine how much disability or retirement benefits you may be entitled to. Fortunately, the SSA has developed many
Social Security Disability FAQ:
Does Social Security Disability Deny Everyone the First Time They Apply?
No, the Social Security Administration (SSA) does not deny everyone the first time they apply. However, it does initially deny nearly two-thirds of all Social Security disability applications. While
Social Security Disability (SSD & SSDI) for Neck Pain and Neck Problems
If you suffer from neck pain and neck problems, you could qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. Depending on the nature of your neck pain and neck problems, you could qualify for
How Much Does Disability Pay Per Month?
How much disability pays per month depends on your specific circumstances as well as the program from which you receive your benefits. According to the Social Security Administration (SSA), the
How Long Do You Have to Work to Be Eligible for Social Security Disability?
How long do I have to work before I am eligible for disability? The length of time you need to have worked in order to qualify for disability will vary depending on your age. Suffering from an