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I was approved for Social Security Disability. I have a property I sold that I finance and receive monthly payments on the note. I also own a building that was my former business address and it is rented, therefore producing rental income. How does this affect my non-medical requirements to be approved for Social Security Disability and what must I do in order to prevent this income from voiding my Eligability for Social Security Disability which was just approved pending the non-medical requirements. I no longer work due to my disability. The company that rents my property is on a 6 month lease at $1600.00 month and may renew or may not renew. I've received 2 payments thus far. They did get my SSN for the 1099.
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I typed a 2nd question but it's not showing, did you get it?
When you reference SSDI, I did not apply for that one (the insurance), I got 2 forms from them and the one I completed was just listed as Social Security Disability (not I).
I became sick in 01/1/2010. I was paid by my company through 03/30/2013 and stated such on my diability app. They wrote me to ask if I worked any and I truthfully stated no. So I was still paid (unearned) for much of my disability. In their reply and approval they stated I qualify from 01/01/2012 which is during the time I was also still getting a check. Does this mean I will receive all this back benifits from them since that date? I'll have no problem with credit. I've been at the maximum SS deduction of $109,000 each year for at least the last 10 years and up to 2013 when I had to sell off my business and stop drawing a check.
After I rate your reply, I may have a follow up question once I get their non-medical approval letter (hopefully nothing stops this 2nd part from being approved)? How can I follow up with you thereafter?
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