COMPARING SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME (SSI) AND SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY INSURANCE (SSDI) Part 1

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Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)

Social Security Disability Insurance is for people who have enough work credits history or either a blind or disabled which will receive a cash assistance program provide by the Social Security Administration (SSA). Social Security Administration will consider you to be disable, if you are eligibility for SSDI and if he or she is unable to perform substantial gainful activity due to mental impairment or physical impairment will have to last at least 12 recurring months or your illness causes death.

A list of certain impairments and illness is provided by federal regulations, for instance, the severity of your physical or mental illness has presumed a disability for Social Security Disability Insurance eligibility.

You probably find your impairment is not listed, if your illness is medically determinable impairment it will be classified as the severity of mental or suffers from several physical conditions are combined is to determine equivalent for those listed impairments for an individual would be disabled.

In order to qualify for you must prove your impairment causes you to be disabled and unable to work, the Federal law is a person must demonstrate your earnings to be $1,130.00 per month in wages that to consider to have substantial gainful activity and not disabled. In most cases a person who has income that is more than $1,130.00 per month will not and have a listed impairment and is not entitled to SSDI. If you are blind, then your earnings income can be $1,820.00 per month.

Furthermore, if you meet the requirements for being considered disabled and proving the inability to have a substantial gainful work activity, for those who are between ages 31 from 65 years old who is applying for SSDI benefits determine by your work

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