I have been on permanent disability since i was 48 years old, now….
Q) i have been on permanent disability since i was 48 years old,now i am 64 on august 20th. do i have to do anything when i turn 65 next year,or does everything stay the same?
A) According to Social Security Administration – Disability payments from private sources, such as private pension or insurance benefits, do not affect your Social Security disability benefits. However, workers’ compensation and other public disability benefits may reduce your Social Security benefits. Workers’ compensation benefits are paid to a worker because of a job-related injury or illness. They may be paid by federal or state workers’ compensation agencies, employers or by insurance companies on behalf of employers read more – http://www.socialsecurity.gov/pubs/EN-05-10018.pdf
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