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Is a Social Security disability claim rejection the end?

Thousands of Minnesota residents rely on their Social Security disability benefits every month. While some politicians are arguing that a lot of these people do not deserve benefits, there are also a lot of disabled persons who deserve benefits but their applications are continually denied.

Help with Social Security disability in Minnesota

At some point in most of our lives, it becomes time to set out on our own and earn an income for ourselves. Some of us, however, have a much more difficult time trying to do that than others -- especially those of us who suffer from some form of disability. Whether that disability is physical or mental, people who are unable to work and earn at least $1,000 a month or more, may be able to qualify for government assistance to help make financial ends meet. In this article, we will discuss Social Security disability payments relating to mental impairment.

Congress may need to act now to save Social Security disability

Our nation's Social Security system has two primary parts. One part is the disability insurance system. The other part is the Old Age and Survivors Insurance program. Congress has always treated them together under the larger financial umbrella of the Social Security Administration, moving funds from one to the other when needed.

Applying for Social Security disability benefits in Minneapolis

A lot of people do not know or do not believe that they can qualify for Social Security disability benefits. Generally speaking, though, federal law says that anyone who has an impairment that could result in death and/or prevent him or her from earning at least $1,000 per month for a year or more, might be eligible to receive government disability benefits. If you or your loved one fits this description, Midwest Disability, PA, may be able to help.

Understanding Special Monthly Compensation in Minnesota

Veterans who have been injured and disabled in war have the ability to get compensation and assistance from the government. However, that does not mean that the base payment is all that they can apply for. Vets need to be aware of exactly how Special Monthly Compensation, which is also known as SMC, works in Minnesota and elsewhere.

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