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Can you get social security disability if you are receiving regular retirement social security income?

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asked Aug 7, 2013 in Disability Insurance by anonymous
   

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Societal Security makes sense benefits to folks who can not do the job given that they possess a sickness that's expected to past no less than one year or perhaps result in death. Fed legislation demands this specific quite rigorous classification of incapability. While some programs allow dollars to people who have partially incapability or perhaps short-term incapability, Societal Security won't. Your spouse, if he or she can be age 62 or perhaps more mature.
answered Aug 9, 2013 by pjackson Inquisitive Expert (44,400 points)

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