For many years I received SSD those disability pension and stopped receiving, explain the reason why I do not receive SSD pension, and when I finally start to receive, what is the reason? What needs to be done in order to receive it again, everything was formalized for me, I received the SSD to the Bank of America without any problems, When will I start receiving SSD again 04/09/2023

A) I’m sorry to hear that your SSD benefits have stopped. There are several possible reasons why your SSD benefits may have been terminated, such as:

  • You returned to work and earned more than the limit for substantial gainful activity (SGA), which is $1,470 per month in 2023 for non-blind recipients.
  • Your medical condition improved and you no longer meet the disability criteria of the Social Security Administration (SSA).
  • You failed to respond to requests from the SSA for information or cooperation.
  • You went to jail or were institutionalized for more than 30 days.

To find out the specific reason why your SSD benefits were stopped, you should contact the SSA as soon as possible. You can call them at 1-800-772-1213 or visit your local Social Security office. You can also check your online account at [my Social Security] to see if there are any messages or notices from the SSA.

If you disagree with the decision to terminate your SSD benefits, you have the right to appeal it within 60 days of receiving the notice. You can file an appeal online at [] or by mail or fax. If you file your appeal within 10 days of receiving the notice, you can request to continue receiving your SSD benefits while your appeal is pending. However, if you lose your appeal, you may have to pay back the benefits you received during that time.

It may be a good idea to consult with a lawyer who specializes in Social Security disability cases if you decide to appeal. A lawyer can help you gather evidence, prepare your arguments, and represent you at hearings. A lawyer can also advise you on whether you qualify for any other benefits, such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or Medicare.

I hope this information helps you understand why your SSD benefits were stopped and what you can do to receive them again. If you have any other questions, please feel free to ask me.

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