Once your application is filed with the Social Security Administration for benefits from the Disability Insurance program, you wait. Within a few months, you will receive notice of whether you have been approved, or like the majority of applications, been denied.
One of the difficulties many applicants for SSD run into is the need for their medical records. Because the application is designed to demonstrate to the disability claims examiner that they suffer from physical or mental impairments that make it impossible for them to continue to work, medical records are important. These records provide the most compelling, objective evidence related to their health and ability to function.
Filling out the application for Social Security Disability benefits can be intimidating. It is relatively long and if you provide the proper documentation to support your claim for disability, it may take some time to get everything together. This may lead some people to make the mistake of delaying their application. Don't do this.
Tax season is approaching. Most people file some type of a tax return. From the quite simple Form 1040EZ to much more complex returns involving Form 1040A, with many ancillary schedules. But many tax returns involve fairly simple information, such as how much you have earned in a year, how much your deductions are, and similar straightforward items.