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If You Work, Consider Whether This Is A Time To Stop Work And Receive A Disability Income.

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Check to find out whether you are entitled to a disability income from work, or even whether your employer voluntarily pays people in your situation.

You may also be entitled to an income from Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and or Supplemental Security Income (SSI).

  • You paid the premiums for SSDI through withholding at work.
  • Survivorship A to Z provides information about SSDI and SSI and how to apply for both programs in a manner most likely to get an award. Only one third of SSDI applicants receive an award. We show you how to better the odds.
NOTE: "Disability" for purposes of disability insurance or government benefits can be mental as well as physical, or a combination of the two. For instance, depression can be considered to be a disabling condition. Consider starting to see a mental health therapist now to help you cope with the emotional issues that are bound to surface and help a possible disability claim.

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