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I was marryed 15 yrs to my ex and took early retirement at 62....Im turning 65 in a month. My full retiremetn age is 66. He is 59. his full retiremetn is 66plus 6 months...Does he have to be early retirement age(62) fro my to collect on his ssi an...
Your claim against your ex husband is dependent on his receipt of full Social Security benefits either because he is 66 and 6 months or because he has been found disabled. You are 62 but you indicated he is only 59 so unfortunately you may have a long wait.See question
My social security income is more than my long term disability insurance pay
All long term disability policies require you to reimburse them if your Social Security claim is successful. However, you should request a copy of the LTD policy to check the repayment lanaguage.See question
I'm being told for the( first time ever in the history of my case) that I have to repay these payments from my settlement.
All LTD policies have offset provisions.See question
My client owes me money and he is getting social security disability benefits. Can you collect the money from him?
You can obtain a judgment against him and levy on his assets or garnish his bank account. You cannot garnish his Social Security check.See question
I know that I can earn less than about $850/month, without Soc Security eventually deciding I SHOULD BE able to work full time. Can they start a new review of my case, if I'm earning less than $850/mo, even if I don't work a lot of hours every we...
Usually Social Security won't review cases for three years. The Trump administration may well change this and increase reviews, videotaping, doctor reviews, etc. The administration believes the program is "far" too generous and has too many people who are "not disabled" on the rolls. Part-time work may eventually prove dangerous.See question
I'm on supplemental security income and he's on social security disability and we want to get married but I can't afford to lose my supplemental security income will I lose it?
I agree with Mr Pont. Sometimes the system is anti-marriage. Since SSI is a welfare disability program and since a "spouse's" income and assets are "deemed" available for you, you could lose your SSI. Look before you leap.See question
I was approved for LTD and they considered me disabled back dated to 2013. Recently I just got approved for SSDI and SSDI has an onset date of 5/2015. How does this work? Also LTD pays less than SSDI. Example: LTD 1,500 a month SSDI 2,100 a month....
For each month you received LTD benefits that overlap with your SSDI payments, the LTD carrier will ask you to pay back $1,500 from your SSDI back benefits. Every LTD policy that I have seen has this reimbursement requirement. Of course, you should request a copy of the LTD policy but I am sure the reimbursement provision is in the policy.See question
If she sold some land would it hurt her benefits.
No, selling land would not affect Social Security or Medicare because they are not welfare programs. On the other hand, SSI and Medicaid are welfare programs and would be affected by selling land.See question
I have schizophrenia and wasn't working however I do have a job for last 6 weeks. I haven't told Medicaid yet.
Medicaid is welfare insurance. Each state is somewhat different. However, most welfare programs disqualify you if you have more than $2,000 in liquid assets.See question
I am looking to buy a new Jetski on a loan but need a cosighner. My girlfriend however is getting SSI disability checks because of a terrible accident a few years ago. I don't want her to loose her beniffits if she cosighns. Will she loose anythin...
SSI is welfare disability. This means you are not allowed to have more than $2,000 in cash and you cannot have other income. However, I don't know any reason why you cannot have debts such as a Jetski. If she does co-sign, this does make her liable for payments.See question