We can't find any clear information regarding younger spouses and social security retirement benefits! Everything is focused on spousal benefits and if the SS retired spouse dies and when to seek SS if the spouse is only a few years younger.
i am having to sell my property which is where the house i live in exsists. my house it full of mold mildew & termites. i am looking to buy another house with no more than the lot its on. i am selling for only the amount the new house costs. will this affect my disability? i an 74 yrs old and cant live without it. can you please help with this question?
Why is it that Social Security really does not like it when two people that is to work and when the do it hurt one or both persons Medicare?? Is it that Social Security does not want a peron that loves someone to ever be happy?? Seems to me that is the case.
I'm 62, on disabilty, because the amount I receive wont change, can i go ahead and retire
My wife worked until 65 and then retired and took her SS. I do not have a continuous work history due to loss of kidneys and a blood disease. My last year of income was 2013 and it was for approx 65k. In 2016 I was 66..as was my wife...I applied for benefits under her. I now would like to withdraw from that and file before my 70th birthday 04-20 for my own SS. I will also be well enough using PD Dialysis at a job office to work where they have offered me about $2,700 per week. Not sure how long the project will go but I estimate at least a year.
If I am born January 1st, is my first social security check for the month of December or January?
Is there a minimum amount of SSA Retirement Benefits? Is this amount more or less than the SSI payment of $783. for and individual and $1,175.00 for a couple for 2020? Is there a minimum benefit for a disabled worker? How much might that be?
No, there is no statutory minimum payment amount for either Social Security disability or retirement benefits. Social Security payment amounts are frequently less than the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) amounts you listed, but the amounts you quoted are the maximum possible SSI rates.
I just won the appeal of my disability case in September 2019 and it's now January and I still haven't received any of my benefits. I've called and had request put in. Why could this be taking so long? Thanks
I have no way of knowing, but if you were approved at the hearings level of appeal it's possible that Social Security could request an appeals council review of your case. That rarely happens, though, and would normally only be done if there was a clear legal error involved.