How do they calculate SSDI payments
The Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program pays benefits to you and certain family members if you are “insured.” This means that you worked long enough – and recently enough – and paid Social Security taxes on your earnings. Also, to receive disability benefits, you must meet the strict definition that is established by law. If you do meet SSDI requirements, how much will your monthly payments be? Oliver Povey and Greg Heilman briefly reviews what the average monthly Social Security Disability benefit is and what goes into your benefit calculation. Read their article here…
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