How Are Social Security Disability (SSDI) Benefits Calculated?

Social Security Disability (SSD) provides two different types of programs for applicants.  If you have sufficient work credits after years of working and paying your FICA taxes, you should be able to apply through Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). ...

When is the Best Time to File for Social Security Disability Benefits?

Suffering from a permanent or continuous physical injury can be devastating.  Not only do you need to deal with potentially time-consuming and painful medical expenses, but you still need to deal with many of the rigors of day-to-day life.  Claiming benefits through...

Bill to ensure casinos keep doors open despite Atlantic City shutdowns

A group of democratic law makers in New Jersey are pushing for a measure to protect Atlantic City’s casinos and racetracks should the state government ever face another shut down, something law makers say they hope doesn’t happen again, but they want to be forthright...

Now’s a good time to reassess your child’s long-term care plan

If you have a special needs child who receives Medicaid, now is a good time to reassess your long-term plans. CNBC recently reported that about 11.2 million children in the U.S. have special needs — and of those – nearly 5 million rely on coverage from Medicaid and...

New documentary explores the collapse of coal mining

A new documentary recently released follows the lives of coal miners after they are laid off from their jobs, leaving them without insurance or a pension. "We knew it was coming, we just didn't know how hard it was gonna be. We're losin' everything," Regina Lilly,...



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