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My Fiance receives SSDI for about 3 years now.
We have two children age 11 and 5 months.
I told him to put the kids under his SSDI, just in case something happens to him in the future.
My question is, would my children get back pay from the time he applied for his benefits ? or from the time he started receiving his benefits?
Or do they get back pay since the time he requested for them to be added to his SSDI ,or just start getting regular checks monthly with no back payment.
Please excuse all of my and's also my Or's .
Your children would get backpay from the time he applied for benefits.
Best of Luck,
I started work 14 military sexual trauma I was disabled when I joined the navy I should have 100 backpay plus Veterans backpay
I am very sorry to hear that. Wishing you nothing but the best.
I'm wondering will I receive back pay I stopped working November 15 2016 because of renal failure kidney my initial date is 12/29/16
Hi Christopher, you may be able to if approved, as they award back pay for the waiting period before monthly benefits start.
I started receiving my SSDI in Oct 2016 I was told id receive back pay but haven't yet its been 7 mo how long does it take
That seems like it is taking longer than usual. I would contact a representative from the SSA to see if there is any update with your case.
Are SSI and SSDI monthly payments taxed in the state of Nevada
Some people who get Social Security must pay federal income taxes on their benefits. But, no one pays taxes on more than 85 percent of their Social Security benefits.
I was approved for SSDI inAugust, 2016. The judge awarded the disability back to August, 2011. I received 3 SS settlement checks for back pay. My son also received a lump sum check of about $17,000, more than I received total. I am still waiting for the remaining, lump sum of back pay from SSDI. It has been 9 months and I get a different answer every time I talk to the main office on the SS website. I've been told that it's a large amount and they are still figuring it out. Can you tell me what might be going on and what to do? I really need this money to find a place to live and get on with my life as well as some expensive dental work I've had to put off for 5 years. Thank you
I am sorry to hear that. It is a a long process! I would recommend taking our Free Disability Evaluation to talk to to a disability rights advocate:http://www.disability-benefits-help.org/form/free-disability-evaluation
I had a stroke 01/11/2017 I have a great work history will I get back pay if they said I know by July 6
I really could not say, however they generally give back pay for the time that you need to wait for benefits if you are determined to be disabled.
On 1/2017 the judge let me know I won my case, now it's 5/2017 still haven't heard anything
Unfortunately it is a long process, you may want to talk to a SSA representative at 1-800-772-1213.
little confused on the ssi and ssd, my ssd is approved but the ssi is still pending if get approved for that will I also get back pay on that as well ? Thanks
Yes, you would receive backpay for SSI as well.
when I applied I was working part time very little hrs., my lawyer told ssd so they know I was working. I guess I make so little ssd does not even count it as income. I found out I was approved, but my job is getting really stressful, my boss is giving me a hard time because I can't move as fast due to my disability with ssd not even counted it as income. will it be ok if I put in my 2 weeks notice. I have a feeling I'm going to get fired or they will let me go because having a hard time doing my job. I have been working since I have been 15 and never ever been fired from a job. I'm grateful I was approved but also kinda depressing I can't do what I once use too. I have never been fired from a job and I just turned 54 yrs old. I just do not want SSD I quit just because I was approved. I will miss working doing for so long but just can't do it anymore because in so much pain and now my boss on me all the time, I just can't deal with the stress, makes me feel more worthless then I already do.
Things can get better though. Wishing you nothing but the best.
It's looking like I'll be approved for ssdi. Adj said my disability began (eod?) 12/31/2014. That's 2-1/2 years. Would I receive 12 months retroactive, or 2-1/2 years? Thank you!
You would receive back pay from the day you filled out the application.
I was working while waiting on my approval from SSD it was only 15 hrs. or less a week, and ssd was aware I was working. But guess made so little did not consider it as income. With my work restrictions my boss has really giving me a hard time, about my job saying I'm not moving very fast, always on me ... make a long story short. I have been working since I have been 15 and will be hard to quit, even though I have a hard time now because of my health issues. the stress of my boss on me all the time adds extra stress I do not need. I hardly ever miss anytime, just only work 15 or less a week but gets me out of the house.. I just heard I have been approved for ssd. Is it ok to give a 2 weeks notice do I need to let ssd know since I they do not count it as income anyways.I made $300 or maybe $400 a month if that? I just do not want ssd think I quit as soon as I was approved it is due to the stress from my boss been like that for awhile now.
You may want to contact the SSA regarding any change in your work status, however quitting may not affect the status of your claim or your eligibility for benefits.
My kids was approved for SSDI benefits in February 2017. But they just now was able to reach me. They said I needed to bring in birth certificates and bank account information. I took it today May 8, 2017. When will I receive first payment.
Sorry to hear that. If you haven’t started receiving your Social Security Disability benefits within 90 days of approval, contact the SSA.
Hi saw alj back in January and approved for sdi in March. SSA has yet to process backpay stating they must first see if also eligible for ssi also. And until then will not release backpay but has also issued my attorney his fees due. Every time I go into the office or call I receive inconsistent information.
Bottom line how long to receive my back pay?
You should start receiving SSDI back pay about four months after you receive an award letter for SSDI.
I was just curious if you have student loans but are not in default, but are on a payment plan that goes by your income.The payments are on hold for a yr so have no student loan payments and you get back pay can they take your back pay to pay the balance even if they are not in default ?
You may be able to do so if you're receiving SSDI benefits. You may also want to contact whoever owns your debt, as they may be able to discharge it based on your disability status.
So I have been receiving ssi for 5 years now, while working 3 of 5 years part time. They social security calls me and say I have to apply for ssa. How long will this process tAkes if I'm already getting ssi. I get 735 a month in ssi. How much will my back pay be for worked for 36 month. ? How much will my monthly payments be. And will they take taxes out of my ssa check if I get approved? Will I have to see another state doctor for ssa.
SSDI cases can take varying amounts of time, and there may not be a concrete answer to how much money you would be entitled to as back pay and monthly benefits as those are based on your payroll taxes.
Hi, I received my full favorable letter dated May 1st, had to sign a paper saying I didnt want ssi, now my worker said it was sent to processing center..what does that mean? I thought I was approved?
It seems that you are! It does take a bit to start receiving benefits, the SSA generally starts them five months after being awarded benefits.
I won a favorable hearing, after years.. Date of disability onset was Nov 2013, then there was the five month waiting period, so benefits began May 1 2014. I received fully favorable decision in April 2017, after March hearing. I receive work comp, so there is an offset. My benefit is $283 a month (minus 134 medicare), leaving me $149.
So, I thought I would receive $283 per month for the back pay, May 2014 thru April 2017, 35 months. I see a one time lump sum payment of $5028. My math totals $9905, I am confused, why would they not pay for all past months? I read SSDI is only one lump sum, so I don't believe another check is coming. Has anyone had this happen? My work comp amt has always been the same, so that didn't cause any issue. Thanks.
If you received help from a lawyer, they may have received their fees for working on your case.
Work comp and SSDI...When I applied for disability, I was receiving work comp, and didn't have a lawyer taking 25 percent. This has recently changed. I submitted the order to the social security lawyer, who is sending on to social security. I was told (by the work comp atty) that with the decrease in the work comp check, I should get more disability, he claims dollar for dollar. It kind of makes sense, and I am not close to the 80 percent cap, by any means. Any opinions on this? Will take a while for social security to process the change, I am worried. Thanks.
That may be the case, if your benefits are income-based, then they would increase the less income you receive from your worker's comp payments.
Hi. I applied for disability July 2012 and will have my hopefilly hearing in late June. Lots of medical records in file, but the Judge refuses to have a residual capacity evaluator present even after the disability appeals overturned denial and told him to redo my case. So July is it's almost 5 years. Is this a good sign or not good because it's so long? If it's favorable, would back pay apply? I have an agressive attorney
I am sorry to hear that, unfortunately it can be a very long process.
I really could not say, you may want to consult with your attorney regarding this as they would have particular information about your case.
hi my son is 19 months I applied in January 2017 and I was just wondering how long does it take from beginning till getting started or aleast see if he gets approved ? thanks
I cannot say for certain, since every case it's different.
Help. Is been about 4 years since I applied for Disability & my battle goes on as my conditions get worse. I went before a judge who denied me, but my advocate took my case to an attorney who agreed the judge did not give any credence to my doctors care or opinions...so not I am waiting for the appeals council (I guess) to give me a decision. My advocate filed my disability date to 2007 which is when I stopped working. In your opinion is my outlook favorable, or not? I am 57, have ADHD, Personality disorder, major depressive disorder, extreme anxiety, panic attacks & agoraphobia. I feel my sanity slipping away and do not know how much longer I can take this. Would I actually get back pay back to the onset date?
You may be able to receive back pay from your established date of disability, however as we do not have any particular information about your case, we couldn't say one way or the other if your case would be favorable.
I can tell you whatever you want to know, I just wasn't sure exactly what to tell you?
We are not affiliated with the SSA or the federal government, and as such we would not have any information about your specific case.
Bryan...let me expand as best I can.
I applied about 4 years ago on my own for disability benefits based on my many issues. It became impossible for me to work at all about 8 years ago. My application was not approved. At this time I sought out a disability advocate to represent me. They filed the appeal which was denied. In truth I have been suffering from my conditions for over 30 years & have gone through a myriad of medications. My advocate listed my onset as 8 years ago when I could no longer work. The appeal filed through my advocate was denied. I have been under constant doctors care since I applied & also seeing a therapist. After the appeal was denied, my advocate set up a hearing with ODAR face to face with an ALJ, having a vocational expert on the phone during the hearing. When the hearing rolled around, all my doctors provided written opinions that I am unable to work & a list of my current medications. I felt so hopeful because of the strong support from my doctors & therapists & the fact my hearing was face to face with the judge & it would be obvious to him of difficulty to control my emotions or even comprehend the questions. I was subsequently denied, again. My advocate talked to an attorney who said we should send in a request for reconsideration based on the fact that the ALJ gave no merit to my doctors statements. The request for reconsideration was submitted to the appeals council 8 months ago. My mental health continues to deteriorate & I have been put on 4 additional drugs. It has been suggested to me by my doctor that when I need to, I go to treatment at a hospital, which scares me. What more can I do??? If I did not believe I needed disability assistance I would not have applied for it. I am at my wits end & feel like I am on the verge of another nervous breakdown. For the record, I am 57 years old. I really am at the end of my rope & desperate. Not sure how long I can take this.
As your condition becomes more severe, you may have a better chance at being awarded benefits. You may want to contact your local SSA office regarding your case, you can find a listing here: