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I am 62 and will be 63 on November 22. My question is can I

Hello, my name is***** am 62 and will be 63 on November 22. My question is can I receive my SSA retirement?

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My social security payment now is $737.00 per month. How can

My social security payment now is $737.00 per month. How can I have it raised in order to help pay for my granddaughter's tuition at the University she was accepted in?

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I just turned 64. have worked since I was 15 yrs. old. I can,

I just turned 64. have worked since I was 15 yrs. old. I can, because of my health apply for ssi disability now. Would it harm my future benefits amount if I was to go on disability? Or I can also, because of our business, which is S corp, get a hefty paycheck or not. which, if I did. would probably harm me with the amount I have to pay for monthly health insurance through the affordable care act. If I was to take a hefty paycheck and work till I was 66, would that increase the monthly ssi check? I just don't know which way to go.

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My question is I just found out that I was suppose to

Hello, my question is I just found out that I was suppose to report my son social security benefits because I carry him a a dependent he's disabled and 34 I don't think they give me any credit for him but my daughter get a credit for being a minor. What should I do? Please answer.

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Where/how to get a listing of housing available

Where/how to get a listing of housing available for disability clients?

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Does a SSD recipient need to notify the local Social

Does a SSD recipient need to notify the local Social Security Office when starting a 9-month trial work period? If yes, what is the reporting procedure? Does he/she have to inform the new employer of same? Will the hiring company receive a tax credit for employing a SSD recipient?

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My girlfriend's (fiance's) only income is SSDI which did not

My girlfriend's (fiance's) only income is SSDI which did not require her to file with the IRS for 2014. If we marry can I file separately (I have additional income which puts into a filing tax bracket) and thereby it will allow her not to file for 2015 too. David

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I have a question about S-corps and the earned income limit

I have a question about S-corps and the earned income limit for early social security benefits. Would health insurance for an over 2% shareholder that is included in box 1 on the W-2 be included in earned income.

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R. Klein, EA

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I've been receiving SSI supplemental income since my car accident

I've been receiving SSI supplemental income since my car accident left me disabled before age 21. I had thought I was receiving SSI disability benefits because I had enough credits and was working for enough time before my accident. It was recently I had found out that my former employers had not submitted my taxes and that the SSI I had been receiving was only supplemental income NOT disability.Is there a form to submit to apply for disability now? Meaning, is there a way to rectify my taxes with a tax consultant, pay my former job income, obtain my credits needed and receive the benefits that I should have been receiving this entire time?I should have been on ssi disability since I was working up until my accident, making enough for credits and was disabled at 21.

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