SSI Vs. SSDI
Learn about the difference between Supplemental Security Income and Social Security Disability Insurance from the team of disability attorneys at Adams Law Group.
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Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are both federally-run programs that can provide income to those who are aged or disabled. They are often confused with each other or considered to be one-in-the-same. However, even though both programs are run by the Social Security office, they are different. Continue reading to learn more about SSI and SSDI from the team at Adams Law Group, and if you think that you may be eligible for either, or both, programs, it’s time to speak to one of our Missouri disability attorneys. We’ll help you determine if you qualify, apply, and stand by your side through the entire process. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
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Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is designed to provide for those who are disabled, either physically or mentally, and unable to work. In order to be eligible for SSDI, you must have paid into Social Security through your wages as it is a payroll tax-funded program. SSDI can be collected on a temporary or permanent basis depending on the type of disability. Those who are eligible for SSDI often also qualify for SSI.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is also run by the Social Security office. However, it is not funded through the same payroll taxes. Instead, SSI is funded through general federal tax revenues, so those who collect are not required to have paid into Social Security. SSI is an income supplement program designed to help those who are aged, blind, or disabled, and have little to no income. Those who are eligible for SSI, may or may not qualify for SSDI.
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Are you in need of assistance through SSDI, SSI, or both disability programs? The family of lawyers at Adams Law Group can help. Contact us today and we’ll help you determine your eligibility and fight for your rights every step of the way.
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