My husband begins collecting private disability insurance benefits this month at age 64 from two work policies. Our plan is to defer our respective SS retirement benefits until age 70.5 to maximize monthly benefits (I plan to work until that point). However, one of the disability insurers is requiring my husband to apply for SS disability now, which we understand will be paid to the insurer during the 4 years it is paying benefits.
I understand the Trial Work period income is counted on the day earned, not the day paid. Can you cite the code to support this?
In the Social Security Act itself, the trial work period (TWP) is covered in section 222 (https://www.ssa.gov/OP_Home/ssact/title02/0222.htm). However, how monthly earnings are counted is not really covered there.
I had to retire on SS Disability in 2010 at the age of 48 and unfortunately my husband had to file for disability benefits due to a car accident (brain injury) in January of 2018... Of course his benefits are significantly more than mine as he worked alot longer than I did. Is there any way at all I may be able to increase my benefit...if not now, when I reach SS age? I'm 57 in October. If so, what can I do...even with both of our small checks money is tight.
If a person receives a claim check from their home insurance for a fire or storm damage and deposits that check while getting repairs done, does that count as income and affect their disability eligibility?
I am on disability ssd since 1999 i turned 62 in may 2019 do i have to file for ssi or do i have to wait till i am 66 years old i was told that ss just rolls it over to retirement i did recive both in 1999 but got married an ssi was taken from me in 2006
Hi I am legally blind since I was born and work and I became disabled under my own social security at 36 years of age, when I became disabled under my social security as a blind person and another combined condition, later I found out that I received a child support payment When I was a child because my father was incapacitated, but my mother did not complain when I turned 18 years of age that continuity as a legal blind person, I have the right to receive a benefit of a blind adult child under the benefit of my disabled father by social security since I was a child or continuit
I am 56 years old and have been receiving disability income since I was 35 due to a chronic illness. What happens when I turn 62?
Assuming that what you're drawing is Social Security disability benefits (SSDI), then nothing will change when you reach age 62. You'll continue for receive your SSDI benefits until your full retirement age of 67, at which time they will convert to regular Social Security retirement benefits at the same rate.
In terms of the SSDI trial work period earnings limitation, provision regarding earnings above $880/month and “substantial” earnings as $1220/month. What happens between those two limits? I.e earnings are $1100/month for an extended period of time? Also, what happens if Sean uses all of his “Trial Work Months” and exceeds the $1220 income limitation for a period of time – would he have to reapply and recertify as disabled to begin receiving benefits again?
I currently draw SSI I'm 37 never married can I draw from my deceased fathers social security benefits I drawer from him when I was a teenager
In order to potentially qualify for benefits on your father's Social Security record you would need to have become disabled prior to age 22. If you did, you can contact Social Security to apply for disabled adult child's benefits (https://www.ssa.gov/planners/disability/qualify.html#anchor7).
can 2 disabled people get married in colorado, and ssdi,
I'm not an expert on Colorado's laws, but getting married has no effect on Social Security disability (SSDI) benefits. So, if a couple gets married anywhere and they are both receiving SSDI, their SSDI benefits won't change.