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There's a lot of misinformation out there about SSDI. Unfortunately, acting on any of it could seriously hurt your chances of securing the benefits you deserve. Here are some of the most common misconceptions you should be aware of, so you don't fall for them.
As spring approaches, it’s time to start thinking about our taxes. When you review your W-2 sent by your company, notice in Box 4 how much of your salary goes to Social Security. This is the amount of money you’ve paid out of every paycheck to fund the Social Security system. The...
When applying for social security disability, know that you have the right to appeal a denial. Many of us have worked for years without giving much thought to the money that comes automatically out of our paychecks. This money covers taxes and Social Security, which most of us assume that...
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