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SSA Works To Simplify Disability Evaluation Process

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Getting approved for Social Security disability benefits has been tough in the past. Applicants typically have long wait times and have to submit a lot of different materials to prove to the Social Security Administration that they are disabled.

However, the Social Security Administration has announced changes to the disability evaluation process that will make the process simpler and easier for applicants. Here’s what you need to know about the SSA’s 2024 changes to the disability evaluation process:

What Should I Do If My Medical Condition Changes After I Have Been Approved for Disability Benefits?

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If you are currently receiving disability benefits and your medical condition changes, it is important to notify the Social Security Administration (SSA). This is because eligibility for disability benefits is based on you having a medical condition that prevents you from working. If the medical condition has improved and you are now able to work then you cannot expect the same support from the SSA. However, if your medical condition has worsened then there may be more assistance available to you.

Can I Qualify For SSD Benefits If I Get Veterans’ Benefits?

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Social Security disability benefits are available to eligible individuals who can’t work because of disabling conditions or injuries. The U.S Social Security Administration (SSA) offers Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits to help disabled individuals who’ve worked in the past cover their monthly expenses.

Can You Run Out of Disability Benefits?

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Navigating the requirements for disability benefits is often complex and one common concern is whether these benefits can expire. Disability benefits can expire based on various factors, such as changes in employment status, or exceeding the maximum allowable income as could be the case for Supplemental Security Income (SSI).

Social Security Benefit Payment Schedule: When You Can Expect Your Direct Deposits in July 2024

Submitted by Elizabeth on

Social Security benefits are paid monthly to people who are disabled or can’t work to help them cover the essential costs of living like rent or mortgage, utilities, and food.

The Social Security Administration has a set Social Security benefit payment schedule so that people who receive benefits will know when they will receive their benefits.