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Long Waits Still Haunt the Social Security Disability Appeals Process
Long Waits Still Haunt the Social Security Disability Appeals Process

Just how long do Social Security disability applicants have to wait to appeal their denied claims? According to an alarming report from the Associated Press , as long as two years in some states. The AP's investigation found that Miami had the longest SSDI waits nationwide, ...

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Blog Posts in 2015

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    After months of debate by lawmakers over the future of Social Security Disability Insurance program, the program has been restored with funds that ...

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  • Congress Has Yet to Replenish Social Security Disability Program

    In report last month from the Social Security trustees, officials confirmed what many economists, lawmakers, and advocates have been predicting for ...

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  • The Four Biggest Mistakes SSD Claimants Make When Applying for Benefits

    While so many of us unable to work are able to benefit for Social Security Disability benefits, not all who apply for them—and truly need them—receive ...

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  • Report Claims Social Security Overpaid Recipients $17 Billion Over the Last Decade

    According to a report from the agency's inspector general, Social Security has overpaid disability benefits recipients by $17 billion over the last ...

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  • Democrats Counter Republican SSDI Cuts With Creative Alternative

    When they won a majority in congress during the 2014 mid-term elections, Republicans almost immediately went to work to attack the Social Security ...

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    Some individuals receiving Social Security benefits must pay federal income taxes. The tax is computed only if you have substantial income. That ...

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    In 2013, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) reported that it had a staggering 600,000 veteran benefits claims backlogged, waiting to be seen ...

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    The Veterans Choice Act was authorized by Congress to address the health care access issues faced by Veterans. The Act authorized a fund to operate ...

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  • Veterans' Administration Problems Continue

    VA Secretary Bob McDonald is under fire as the scandals continue. CBS reports that widows of veterans have not been assisted with burial expenses, nor ...

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