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Residual Functional Capacity in a Disability Claim

A Key Factor in Your SSDI/SSI Claim You may hear the acronym RFC thrown around by Social Security Disability employees or attorneys and wonder what it means and why is it important. It is, in fact, a rather important document. RFC stands for Residual Functional Capacity. The RFC form considers the physical or mental disabilities […]

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Social Security’s Family Maximum Benefits: Does It Affect You?

It is common that more than one person in a household receives some sort of Social Security Benefits – disability, retirement, or survivor’s benefits.  What you may not be aware of is that there is a family maximum that can be received in Social Security benefits. While it’s not a very common concern for most […]

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Three Mistakes to Avoid When Applying for Social Security Disability

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a federal aid program designed to provide financial assistance to those who are physically disabled and therefore restricted in their ability to be employed and earn their livelihood. SSDI benefits help make it possible for a disabled worker to maintain a home, pay their utility bills, put food on […]

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Are Your Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits Taxable?

As we approach tax season, one of the most common questions we hear at The Khaki Law Firm is “Now that I have been approved for Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits, are those benefits taxable?” For the majority (approximately 2/3) of those who are receiving SSDI benefits, the answer is no. Unlike Social Security retirement […]

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Social Security Administration Expands its Compassionate Allowance Program

If you are suffering from a severe medical impairment, Social Security disability benefits can help you get the care and resources you need. However, the process of obtaining benefits can be overwhelming, from when you apply to the day you receive a decision from the Social Security Administrative (SSA). During this time, a lack of […]

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What is the Difference between Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Income (SSDI)?

Each year, thousands of Georgians are unable to maintain stable finances due to disability, aging, or other health-related issues. In 2017, close to 260-thousand people received some type of disability payment from the Social Security Administration (SSA). Approximately 27-thousand of those recipients lived in Fulton County alone. The Social Security Administration has two programs that […]

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Georgia Ex-Spouses' Social Security Claim

Your Ex-Spouses’ Social Security Disability Benefits: Are You Entitled?

Are you in the process of retiring and thinking of contacting the Social Security Administration (SSA) to access your retirement benefits? Are you divorced and your ex-spouse is on disability or entitled to Social Security retirement? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you can contact the SSA regarding your benefits as well as […]

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