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Do Not Ignore an SSDI Claim Review: It Matters

When someone successfully applies for Social Security Disability benefits or Supplemental Security Income (SSDI), he or she may think that this is the end of the process. After all, they are now receiving benefits, which was the point of the original application; however, there is another part to this process called continuing benefits reviews. It […]

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Beware Of Social Security Scam Calls

Please be aware!  It seems that you can’t go a day without receiving some kind of scam call anymore. However, some of these calls aren’t trying to sell you something, rather they are trying to take advantage of Social Security beneficiaries.  There has been an increase of individuals who fraudulently claim to be from the […]

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New Year, New Look, New Location for 2020!

We are so excited to continue to serve our clients in Salt Lake City, but in a snazzy new office. We have moved our location a few short city blocks away to better accommodate our clients. Make your social security consultation with us today and see our new home!  455 East 200 South, Suite 100, […]

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Celebrating 20 Years Of National Ticket to Work Disability Program

Returning to work after a debilitating disability or illness is a complicated matter.  Many face unique challenges such as explaining the gap on their resume, later work years and requests for special accomodations of the new employer.  December 2019 marked the 20 year anniversary of Social Security’s Ticket to Work (TTW) program. The Ticket to […]

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How Long Does It Take To Get A Decision On An Initial Claim For Benefits?

It can be frustrating waiting for your benefits to come through. You are, typically, recovering or in a difficult financial situation due to your disability and the luxury of time is not something in abundance. How long will you have to wait? When will you be able to expect a decision from your claim? Average […]

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Social Security Raises the Cost of Living Adjustment on All Benefits

    The numbers are in!  The Social Security Administration has announced a 1.6% cost of living adjustment for all benefits.  This is good news for 69 million retirees, disabled individuals and dependent survivors of deceased workers.  In many recent years, the Social Security Administration did not make an increase in benefits.  The adjustment was zero in […]