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Have you ever thought what you would do if something unexpected happened regarding your health and you were unable to continue to work to create an income?
Have you seriously considered the possibilities of having no income due to unexpected circumstances? If your answer is no, you will want to hear what our guest, Jeanette Taylor has to say.
Jeanette was caught off guard when she was diagnosed with a terminal illness and had to resign from work. She found herself without an income and still had to pay her mortgage and maintain her daily life including living with a disease that threatened to take her life.
Jeanette turned for help to our Social Security Disability System to assist her. After many years of working and paying taxes into Social Security thinking she was entitled to support…Jeanette was left without an income for over 5 months. Find out from Jeanette what happened when she contacted her Congressional Representatives and even The President.
Even though this may not be where you are in your life today, and God forbid it ever is, this is an important topic to discuss. Jeanette never suspected her health would be compromised or that she would be unable to provide for herself. She was not prepared for the unexpected…but she wants you to be.
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Social Security disability benefits are not available to everyone. Credits are earned through employment and one's insured status is predicated directly on the amount of credits one has. So how do you know how many credits you have? Do you have enough? Will eligibility last forever? Join disability lawyers Brian Mittman and Scott Daniels as they break down eligibility requirements for social security disability benefits.
Few programs have as much of an impact on American society as Social Security. Created in 1930’s, it has grown to become one of the largest parts of retirement planning and American life. An estimated 55 million people receive Social Security benefits on a monthly basis and its payments constitute roughly 5% of the American economy.
But is it going broke? In this episode we attempt to analyze the current state of the program and how things bode for it going forward. We discuss current finances, and the current and future impact the retirement of the baby boomer generation will have on the program.
Social Security Disability benefits are not available to everyone. It is a federal program designed to help people who can no longer work due to a physical or mental impairment. There are a few programs available, but which ones do you qualify for. Join disability lawyers Brian Mittman and Scott Daniels as they break down eligibility requirements and some real life examples from their everyday practice in the legal field.
Social Security disability claims are not automatic and not everyone is entitled to them. Before a person can receive benefits, they must adhere to a complicated application process and possibly even a judicial review at a hearing. Join disability lawyer Scott Daniels, an associate with Markhoff & Mittman, as he breaks down how to navigate through the complex web that is the social security disability process.
Federal social security disability claims are not easy to win. They must be proven with specific medical evidence, physician opinions and a host of other things. The federal government does not make it easy to obtain these benefits and proving your claim that you are disabled is critical to obtaining the money you are entitled to from years of paying into the social security system. Join disability lawyers Brian Mittman and Scott Daniels as they explore the various ways to prove a disability claim.
The Social Security Administration is under fire right now for the wrong reasons. The federal disability program is not out of control and it's solvency can be fixed with simple congressional action. Join disability lawyers Brian Mittman and Scott Daniels as they discuss the latest in disability benefits and how to maximize your chances in obtaining benefits.
Social Security Disability claims are not automatic. In fact, the government is denying these claims at record numbers. The national denial rate upon an initial application is somwhere around 75%. That means over 7 out of 10 people are being turned down on their first application. Brian Mittman and Scott Daniels, otherwise known as the disability guys, will break down the most common reasons why people are denied disability benefits.
Do you know about your Social Security options? What do you know regarding Part A, B, & D? What does the crystal ball say about the federal funding for Social Security? Will your loved one have enough money for the future? Who has the honest answers for Social Security and Financial Planning? Randy Anderson with RJ Anderson Financial, LLC has the honest answers for you. He is the expert on the topic and has delivered 100’s of workshops on the topic. Do not miss it; tune in Thursdays@ 10am MDT.
The Social Security Administration is denying close to 75% of initial disability applications. That means almost 8 out of 10 applications are denied. In every state you can appeal these decisions and in most states, your appeal is heard by a Federal Administrative Law Judge at a hearing. But what takes place? What information is sought by the Judge? Who are the players in a hearing? What does the room look like? Answers to all of these questions and more will be given by New York disability lawyers Brian Mittman and Scott Daniels. They will give you invaluable insight into the disability hearing and what happens for "your day in court."
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