Social Security disability laws were put in place to protect individuals who have become disabled and are therefore unable to work. Charge Card: A type of credit card where no interest rate is charged, but it requires the cardholders to pay the full amount of the bill each month. Disability pension plans are used by governments to allow people with disability to have a source of income on a regular basis.
You will then be able to decide whether or not you want to pursue the first appeal stage-Reconsideration; and your Attorney can begin developing ways to prove to the Social Security Administration that you are disabled. Credit is a type of legal contract or agreement, where one party receives resources or loans from another party with a commitment or obligation to a pay the sum at a future stipulated date, along with the interest rate.
Many claimants applying for disability benefits with the condition are denied repeatedly and are forced to argue their cases in front of an ALJ. A widow can get survivor benefits at a younger age of 60 years, under special circumstances. Throughout a person’s working life the Social Security Administration keeps track of income and taxpayers fund the program via payroll taxes also known as FICA (Federal Insurance Contributions Act) taxes.
Wage Earner Plan: A repayment schedule in Chapter 13 bankruptcy, where individuals unable to repay their debts can suggest a repayment plan in the court. Zombie Debt: Refers to very old debts and credit cards, for which creditors cannot approach the court. The FICA payments, which are matched by employers, buy coverage under the Social Security Retirement, Disability and Medicare programs.
Bank Card: A payment card (debit or credit card) that is issued by a bank. Government and other pensions, on the other hand, are considered community property in the state of California to the extent benefits were earned during marriage. The repayment schedule can be of 3 to 5 years duration, and the debtor can use wage earnings and property to repay the loan.