By Melissa Thomas, Vice President, Strategic Partnerships at Citizens Disability INTEGRATION. Many people who are part of Generation Z (individuals born between 1995 and 2010) believe Social Security retirement benefits won’t exist when they’re ready to leave the workforce. And, they’re wrong. Chances are high that Social Security will survive for future generations — and that’s in…
What Every Employer Should Know About Social Security Disability Insurance
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Over half of the American population has less than one month’s income put aside for emergencies. Around 40% of Americans are not able to meet an unexpected expense of $400. You can financially prepare for the possibility of disability. The first step is realizing there’s no good excuse for not seeking out disability insurance.
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Millions of people rely on Social Security benefits, but what happens if your Social Security disability claim gets denied? Here we explore your options if your Social Security disability claim has been denied.
Moving to a new location will affect your Social Security Disability Insurance. Find out how and what you need to do to ensure an easy transition.
We’ve heard all the reasons you don’t need disability insurance. After all, we’re talking about an additional monthly expenditure in the form of a premium. People can come up with plenty of excuses for not spending money, especially when it comes to spending money on something that many see as a “worst-case-scenario.” We’ve outlined a…