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  1. Survivors Benefits: Re: Is It Possible to Reverse Deceased Father's Benefits to Disabled Son

    Short answer is no. SSI has a requirement that he file for all other benefits to which he might be eligible and can stop SSI for not filing for other benefits. SSI is the last resort. Good luck with...
  2. Disability Benefits: Re: SSDI Can You Work Part Time

    Obviously it is helpful for the two of you to work together, but SSA has to separate you when evaluating the work activity. Did you both get a paycheck for this job? Was it the same amount? What...
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    Disability Benefits: Re: SSI Date of Disability

    Not sure if SSA expanded the website to allow online SSI claims. And if so, it would be bare bones.

    On the issue of the life insurance proceeds; who is the legal beneficiary? All the children? Who...
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    Disability Benefits: Re: SSI Date of Disability

    I think you should reapply for SSDI as well as file for SSI. And actually, SSA is supposed to make a new formal decision about SSDI for all new SSI recipients. Onset date is his last day of work in...
  5. Disability Benefits: Re: Can SSD Be Terminated for Positive Drug Screen

    1. SSA will never be notified
    2. Even if they were notified, benefits are not terminated for drug or alcohol abuse.
  6. Social Security Issues: Re: Denied Request for Reconsideration After Receiving SSI for a Few Years

    Well, the decision that you are not disabled is not a pretense, it is an official cessation of benefits. You may disagree with it, but it is not a pretense.

    You went through a CDR, Continuing...
  7. Disability Benefits: Re: Beneficiary Committing Illegal Bank Transfers from Rep Payee Account to His

    I read your other posts. If your allegations are correct, then this is theft or elder abuse, not Social Security fraud. Although a 90 year old is generally not a good choice as payee, generally...
  8. Social Security Issues: Re: Denied Request for Reconsideration After Receiving SSI for a Few Years

    Your title said you were receiving SSI for a few years but now you are waiting for an ALJ. So does that mean you were getting SSI and it stopped because you were no longer disabled? If not, why did...
  9. Disability Benefits: Re: Rental Agreement for SSI when Recipient Doesn't Have Mental Capacity to Contract

    What purpose would this rental agreement serve? SSI would not require it.

    A Rep Payee is not a legal guardian in the eyes of SSA. Being appointed rep payee means you get to make decisions about...
  10. Disability Benefits: Re: Representative Payee spending child benefits

    I think you are doing a great job. I believe SSA has reduced or eliminated rep payee accountings for many payees who are natural parents with custody of the children. So you may not get a request for...
  11. Disability Benefits: Re: Can I Refuse to Give Bank Statements to SSI After Being on SSI for a Few Years

    If you are receiving SSI, you already gave them authorization to request your bank records electronically. It is a financial permission question. If answered no, you are automatically denied. When...
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    Social Security Issues: Re: My Husband

    Well, that cancels out the gross underpayment. A couple can have $3000 in countable resources and anything over that is deemed to the child and compared to the resource limit of $2000. So any month...
  13. Disability Benefits: Re: Living Arrangement - Rental Agreement

    Room rental is a valid option. Check out the link below for policy and proof required. The link is the exact rules that SSI is supposed to follow.
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  14. Federal Taxes: Re: Error in Income Reported to IRS by Unknown Source

    I replied to your other post, but you ask a different question here.

    SSA has proof that in 2016 you received or constructively received $250,000. Burden of proving otherwise is up to you, not SSA....
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    Disability Benefits: Re: Social Security and IRS

    1. Call the local office and ask to speak with the supervisor of the person who took your claim. Some cases automated easily, others become systems limitations and have to be finalized in the...
  16. Hearings & Appeals: Re: Unique Case - What Type of Lawyer Do I Need in This Situation No One Seems to Kno

    It is possible that a payee organization is the best solution because the organization can divvy out the money by splitting it 50/50, especially if both parents agree. If the parents don't agree,...
  17. Hearings & Appeals: Re: Unique Case - What Type of Lawyer Do I Need in This Situation No One Seems to Kno

    If you keep fighting SSA about this, SSA may decided that neither parent is a suitable payee and put all benefits in suspense to pay to the kids directly when they turn age 18.

    If you think it is...
  18. Survivors Benefits: Re: On the Death of a Single Person with No Kids What Happens to Ss Benefits

    Does privatization make Social Security voluntary? And at the point that someone meets the requirements, how are benefits computed? And what happens when one's own contributions run out? Do they get...
  19. Survivors Benefits: Re: On the Death of a Single Person with No Kids What Happens to Ss Benefits

    The other issue that is not addressed by privatization is survivor and disability insurance benefits. Who will support the widows and orphans? Well, in this era, the widows (and widowers) should be...
  20. Survivors Benefits: Re: On the Death of a Single Person with No Kids What Happens to Ss Benefits

    Nothing happens to your Social Security benefits. There are no benefits. The taxes you paid are not sitting in a bank account with your name on them.

    If you think of Social Security as a...
  21. Disability Benefits: Re: How is Montly Income Calculated for Self-Employment

    Call your medical expenses I. Or like SSA does, IRWE. Impairment Related Work Expenses. Those are the out of pocket bills that you have because you go to work and people who are not disabled don't...
  22. Disability Benefits: Re: Will Parents' Home Purchase Affect a Child's SSI Eligibility

    A home that you live in is excluded from resources. If you move out of the home, then the equity value of the home is a countable resource. So yes, you can own a home and your child can still get...
  23. Disability Benefits: Re: I Wanna Be My Own Payee Now

    Download a form SSA 787 and have your doctor complete it. Bring it with your photo ID and your new bank info to file to be your own payee at your local office.
  24. Disability Benefits: Re: I'm on SSDI and Started an LLC to Do E Commerce

    What will your tax return look like? The fact that your business is making money because of you means you are working even though you may not be taking a draw out of the business.

    Keep track of...
  25. Disability Benefits: Re: Can My Child Get SSI

    You are on your own. You may be able to qualify for TANF for the child if you are low income. Nothing from SSA.
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