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Social Security: SSI and SSDI, side by side

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If you or a loved one is applying for Supplementary Security Income (SSI) or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), this video breaks down some of the differences between the two programs. Based on information from the SSA.gov website and the book Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 2: Disability Benefits. Narrated by the publisher of Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 1: Retirement Benefits and Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 2: Disability Benefits.

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How is “disability” defined for SSI/SSDI?

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How does the Social Security Administration define “disability” for the SSI and SSDI programs? This short video explains, using information from the SSA website and the book Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 2: Disability Benefits. Narrated by the publisher of Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 1: Retirement Benefits and Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 2: Disability Benefits.

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Does starting SSDI mean giving up your job?

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If you participate in Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), you don’t necessarily need to give up your job. This short video explains how one worker, Angelica, is able to continue working even after qualifying for SSDI. Based on information from the SSA.gov website and the book Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 2: Disability Benefits. Narrated by the publisher of Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 1: Retirement Benefits and Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 2: Disability Benefits.

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DISCLAIMER: This is not an official Social Security video, nor do I represent the Social Security Administration. Please read and review Social Security publications to understand how to apply for and receive benefits. i30 Media Corporation cannot be held liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or special damages of any kind, or any damages whatsoever, arising out of or in connection with the use of this video.

Social Security SSI & SSDI programs: What is SGA?

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If you or a loved one is applying for Supplementary Security Income (SSI) or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), you will need to understand what substantial gainful activity is and how the Social Security Administration determines if you are over or under SGA, which helps the SSA determine eligibility. Based on information from the SSA.gov website and the book Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 2: Disability Benefits. Narrated by the publisher of Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 1: Retirement Benefits and Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 2: Disability Benefits.

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DISCLAIMER: This is not an official Social Security video, nor do I represent the Social Security Administration. Please read and review Social Security publications to understand how to apply for and receive benefits. i30 Media Corporation cannot be held liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or special damages of any kind, or any damages whatsoever, arising out of or in connection with the use of this video.

Social Security SSDI: Two SGA examples

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If you or a loved one receives Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and are working at a limited capacity, you will need to understand how additional income may cross substantial gainful activity (SGA) thresholds. Uses two hypothetical examples, based on information from the SSA.gov website and the book Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 2: Disability Benefits. Narrated by the publisher of Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 1: Retirement Benefits and Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 2: Disability Benefits.

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DISCLAIMER: This is not an official Social Security video, nor do I represent the Social Security Administration. Please read and review Social Security publications to understand how to apply for and receive benefits. i30 Media Corporation cannot be held liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or special damages of any kind, or any damages whatsoever, arising out of or in connection with the use of this video.

What are Social Security work credits?

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When the Social Security Administration calculates your retirement benefit, it looks at how many work credits you have to determine eligibility. This short video is based on information from the SSA.gov website and the book Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 1: Retirement Benefits. Narrated by the publisher of Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 1: Retirement Benefits and Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 2: Disability Benefits.

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DISCLAIMER: This is not an official Social Security video, nor do I represent the Social Security Administration. Please read and review Social Security publications to understand how to apply for and receive benefits. i30 Media Corporation cannot be held liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or special damages of any kind, or any damages whatsoever, arising out of or in connection with the use of this video.

What happens to my Social Security disability benefits when I reach retirement age?

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When you reach retirement age, your Social Security disability benefits will stop and your full retirement benefits kick in. In this video, Tampa Bay lawyer Michael Murberg explains that while you can file for Social Security retirement already at 62, you are still eligible for disability insurance benefits. There will be an offset for the amount of retirement benefits you receive versus the amount of Social Security disability benefits you receive, he says.

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Are Social Security disability benefits taxable?

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Most people who are earning Social Security disability benefits do not have enough income to pay any income taxes. As explained in this video by Cuddigan Law, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits are not usually taxable because it is a program for individuals with little or no income (Note: Not affiliated with Social Security In 30 Minutes or publisher i30 Media Corporation). Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI ) benefits, however, are usually taxable.

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What is Social Security Full Retirement Age (FRA)?

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What does the Social Security Administration mean when it refers to Full Retirement Age (FRA) and how can it impact your Social Security retirement benefits? This short video shows how early retirement before FRA reduces Social Security benefit amounts. There is also a short explanation of taxes on Social Security benefits. Narrated by the publisher of Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 1: Retirement Benefits and Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 2: Disability Benefits.

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DISCLAIMER: This is not an official Social Security video, nor do I represent the Social Security Administration. Please read and review Social Security publications to understand how to apply for and receive benefits. i30 Media Corporation cannot be held liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or special damages of any kind, or any damages whatsoever, arising out of or in connection with the use of this video.

What are the qualification steps for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)?

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If you or a family member has a disability, you may qualify for certain Social Security benefits, including Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) payments. This short video shows the qualification steps for SSDI benefits, using a flow chart from the book Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 2: Disability Benefits. There is also a short explanation of taxes on Social Security benefits. Narrated by the publisher of Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 1: Retirement Benefits and Social Security In 30 Minutes, Volume 2: Disability Benefits.

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DISCLAIMER: This is not an official Social Security video, nor do I represent the Social Security Administration. Please read and review Social Security publications to understand how to apply for and receive benefits. i30 Media Corporation cannot be held liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or special damages of any kind, or any damages whatsoever, arising out of or in connection with the use of this video.