What Can Cause Your Social Security Disability Benefits to Stop?
Changes in your income, health, and other issues can lead to a termination of your Social Security disability or SSI benefits.
Thinking of Picking Up Seasonal Work? What You Need to Know About the Impact on Your Disability Benefits
Be aware of the risks to taking seasonal work if you're receiving (or applying for) Social Security disability benefits.
Can You Work While Receiving Social Security Disability Benefits?
You can earn a small amount of income while also collecting disability, but exactly how much depends on whether you get SSDI or SSI benefits.
Social Security Disability Trial Work Period, EPE, and Expedited Reinstatement
Several Social Security programs allow SSDI beneficiaries to try returning to work without jeopardizing their entitlement to Social Security disability benefits.
Social Security Disability and Getting Married: Will I Lose Disability Benefits?
Whether marriage affects your disability benefits depends on whether you're collecting Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) benefits or SSI benefits.
Will I Lose My Disability Benefits if I Move to a Different State?
Will I lose my benefits if I take the money and move? It depends on whether you're receiving SSDI or SSI.
Continuing Disability Reviews
The Social Security Administration (SSA) is required by law to periodically review the case of every person who is receiving disability benefits.
How Difficult Is it to Pass a Social Security Continuing Disability Re-Evaluation (CDR)?
Social Security must abide by the CDR rules, which require you to show medical improvement and an ability to work.
How Long Does a Social Security Disability Review Take? When Will I Know if I Pass?
How long Social Security takes to process a continuing disability review depends on whether you're selected for a full medical review.
What Happens If Social Security Finds an Overpayment?
Overpayments of Social Security Disability benefits by the Social Security Administration (SSA) can occur due to changes in your circumstances or giving the SSA insufficient information.
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