If you’re elderly, disabled, or a disabled veteran, you may have heard that it's possible to receive property tax relief, thanks to a State of Tennessee program designed to minimize the tax burden on low-income Tennessee homeowners. … [Read more...] about Property Tax Relief for Elderly, Disabled Nashville Residents
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Social Security attorneys are paid on a contingent basis. If we don’t win your case, you don’t pay- it’s as simple as that. So how much do I get paid, once you win? The Social Security Administration has determined that an attorney who … [Read more...] about How Much Does A Social Security Attorney Charge?
The pursuit of Social Security Disability Benefits is a long, slow process. Typically it takes close to two years from the date you start. Typically it's A 3 Step Process With almost every case, it takes three steps to obtain benefits. The … [Read more...] about How Long Does It Take To Get A Social Security Settlement?
You’ve been a hard-working, tax-paying citizen for years, but now have an injury or condition that prevents you from working. So, you’ve applied for Social Security Disability, the federal government program that pays benefits to people who … [Read more...] about Your Social Security Disability Claim Was Denied – Now What?
If you’ve been working for a while, you’ve surely noticed the part of your paycheck is deducted for Social Security. That tax goes to the Social Security Administration (SSA), which runs a federal government program that pays benefits to … [Read more...] about Do You Qualify for Social Security Disability?
Peter James Barclay, a 42-year old disabled Air Force veteran, has petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to consider whether federal law is violated by states that allow veteran disability compensation to be considered by divorce courts in … [Read more...] about Division of Military Benefits in Divorce Challenged by Vet
Originally created as a means of recording a person's revenue in order to calculate the Social Security benefits they were entitled to, the Social Security number (SSN) was never intended to be a personal identifier. Even so, over time the … [Read more...] about Social Security Number: When Are You Required To Provide It?
Sadly, it is not uncommon for disabled individuals to struggle with their financial responsibilities due to the inherent difficulty in working. Those receiving Social Security disability benefits with debt problems frequently turn to debt … [Read more...] about The Effects of Bankruptcy on Social Security Disability Benefits