SSDI Overview

SSDI refers to the Social Security Disability Insurance program. It is tied to the Social Security retirement program, but is for workers who become disabled before retirement age. Only workers who have worked and paid Social Security taxes for many years are insured by the SSDI program. SSDI is sometimes mistakenly called the Social Security Disability Income program.

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