SSDI

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AcronymDefinition
SSDISocial Security Disability Insurance
SSDISocial Security Death Index
SSDISocial Security Disability Income (common, but incorrect)
SSDISharp Software Development India Pvt. Ltd. (est. 1999)
SSDISupplemental Security Disability Income
SSDISolid State Devices, Inc. (California)
SSDIShip System Definition & Index
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One of her concerns is how the Social Security Disability Insurance program, which is supposed to serve people with severe disabilities, interacts with the ACA provision that requires people who guess wrong about their income during the coverage year to pay back excess APTC subsidy help.
One million veterans rely on Social Security Disability Insurance and millions more veterans rely on the Medicare and Social Security retirement programs.
In comparison, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) only considers a person to be disabled when he is unable to perform the duties of any gainful occupation.
As of 2011, there were 205,969 disability cases in Puerto Rico, according to data from the Social Security Disability Insurance Program.
5 million disabled workers in their 20s, 30s, and 40s receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits.
Many of these unemployed workers applied for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).
Johnson started Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) as part of his 1965 Great Society initiative to provide income supplements to people who physically are restricted from, or unable to, work because of a notable disability.
The most widespread income protections--workers' compensation, Social Security Disability Insurance and personal savings--are useful but insufficient.
Categories: November 18, 2010, Aid for the disabled, Disabilities, Disability benefits, Disability insurance, Elderly persons, Eligibility determinations, Employees with disabilities, Employment of the disabled, Financial analysis, Old-Age and Survivors Insurance Program, Older workers, Persons with disabilities, Policy evaluation, Program evaluation, Retirement age, Retirement benefits, Social security benefits, Social Security Disability Insurance Program, Social Security Program
Till Von Wachter, Columbia University and NBER; Jae Song, Social Security Administration; and Joyce Manchester, Congressional Budget Office, "Trends in Employment and Earnings of Allowed and Rejected Applicants to the Social Security Disability Insurance Program"
The Red Book is a general reference tool to the Social Security Disability Insurance, Supplemental Security Income and other programs.
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