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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.

How Do I Reduce the Chance of Becoming Disabled?

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While sometimes a disability cannot necessarily be prevented, there are ways to reduce your risk of becoming disabled, being able to stay in work and not be solely dependent on social security disability benefits.

Ways to Reduce the Chance of a Disability

Often a disability occurs from an accident or an illness that cannot be prevented. However, some disabling conditions may be prevented if action is taken by individuals.

  1. Quit smoking

Social Security Disability Benefits for Chronic Pain Conditions

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Chronic pain conditions don’t just cause discomfort. Long-term pain can also impact your ability to work and earn a living.

If you can’t work due to a chronic pain condition, you may be eligible for Social Security disability benefits. The U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA) offers benefits to individuals who can’t work due to medical conditions. Said benefits may help cover the cost of their basic needs.

Understanding Chronic Pain Conditions

Chronic pain can take many forms. Examples of chronic pain conditions include:

Answering Common Social Security Disability Questions

Submitted by rtg on

Understanding and applying for social security disability benefits can be complex, but knowing the basics and seeking professional assistance when needed can help improve your chances of winning a successful claim. Whether you are applying for SSI or SSDI, it is important you meet the qualifications and provide thorough documentation. It is never easy qualifying for disability benefits, but you will get a better understanding of the process if it is explained to you clearly.