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ON THE MONEY: Social Security disability benefits

The definition of a qualifying disability under SSDI is a very draconian one: benefits are paid to someone who cannot work due to a medical condition that prevents that person from performing the requisite tasks of his/her occupation; or, the condition prevents that individual from adjusting to a different occupation and the disability has an expected duration of at least 12 months or will result in death. As a result, there are no payments for partial or short-term disability….Read More


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