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The SSI Restoration Act has been introduced in both houses of Congress and seeks to update the eligibility criteria for the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program. The new changes will extend coverage to those who are 65 or older, disabled, or blind. Those of us here at The Khaki Law Firm are excited about what […]

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In 2021, many Americans will see an increase in their Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments. About 70 million Americans will see a 1.3 percent increase due to federal benefit rates increasing as the cost of living rises. This increase is one of the lowest the Social Security Administration (SSA) […]

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The Social Security Benefit Verification Letter, also known as “proof of income letter” or “proof of award letter,” is used to summarize employment history, disabilities, Social Security benefits, and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or Medicare coverage. This document can be used for any income verification purpose such as loans, rent, housing assistance, and other forms […]

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December 2020 marked the sixth anniversary of the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act, which created tax benefits for individuals with disabilities. Eligible individuals may hold tax-free savings and investment accounts under the ABLE Act. This means that individuals receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI) can save their money without worrying about losing their eligibility. […]

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The Social Security Administration (SSA) recently announced new updates to its musculoskeletal disability listings, effective April 2, 2021. This is an important set of changes, as they re-define what may constitute a disability and what conditions fall under the musculoskeletal listings. When filing a musculoskeletal disability claim, it is important to keep these updates in […]

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Social Security disability claimants will soon have the option to return to offices and in-person hearings. As we enter year three of the Coronavirus pandemic, some positive steps are being taken to improve access to Social Security Administration (SSA) services. The SSA published a statement on January 19, 2022, indicating the possibility of returning to […]

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