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SSI/SSDI Benefits: What Every Disabled Person Should Know

There are two types of Social Security Disability benefits. There is Social Security Disability Insurance which is also referred to as SSDI. This is a program that replaces some of your lost income if you become disabled. There's also Supplemental Security Income,...

Job Search Made Easy with Ticket to Work Program

A disability should not hinder an individual from earning a living or from improving their standard of living. People who are disabled and receive Social Security benefits may find employment options limited, but there is a program that helps put disability benefit...

Medical Conditions That Qualify You for Social Security

If you’re suffering from an illness or injury that affects your ability to work, you may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). You’ll have to contact your local Social Security office to find out for sure if you...

Ticket to Work: A Blessing to People With Disabilities

The SSA Ticket to Work was created as an incentive to help people with disabilities to go from being entirely supported on a disability program to being able to get out their homes and work. This program has been a real blessing to people with disabilities, but not...

SSA Ticket to Work Program: An Overview

Ticket to Work is a very simple but often misunderstood aspect of the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) Ticket to Work and Self-Sufficiency program. The Self-Sufficiency program is the foundation of the Work Incentives Improvement Act of 1999. The SSA Ticket to...

The Advantages of Social Security Ticket to Work Program

The Social Security Ticket to Work program has been a game changer for many on SSDI, affording them more leeway to earn for themselves while receiving all or partial benefits. For many, this program has revolutionized their lives, but there is often confusion about...

Making Your Resolutions Work with Ticket to Work

If you're a social security recipient, you may want to know that if you return to work, you may still receive some of your benefits. The Ticket to Work program encourages career development for social security recipients who are between the ages of 18 and 64 and want...

Job Search Tips for Those with Bipolar Disorders

Bipolar disorder affects nearly 6 million people in the U.S. alone, and more are diagnosed every day. Unfortunately, there are myths about the disorder that persist, and finding employment can be challenging. Before you start seeking employment, there are some things...

Ticket to Work and Working Remotely: All You Need to Know

The Social Security Administration’s Ticket to Work program helps disabled individuals receiving federal benefits re-enter the workforce through job placement, career training and counseling services. Participants in the program receive training to earn a living while...