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U.S. Social Security Disability Benefits Calculator

  • Published: 2016-06-06 (Rev. 2016-11-10) - Contact: Marks & Harrison at marksandharrison.com
  • Synopsis: U.S. Social Security Calculator provides you with an estimated monthly benefit calculation.

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In limbo awaiting your disability application approval? Tired of not knowing approximately how much you could receive in benefits? We have the tools and resources to get you going on the right path for you and your family.

The U.S. Social Security Benefit Calculator can provide peace of mind during this process by giving you an estimated monthly benefit calculation.

Be sure to provide as accurate information as you can while using this calculator. The better the information the more accurate the estimate!

Don’t forget about the other resources that can help in this stressful situation, such as great budgeting tips and a breakdown of the application process.

Check also with your local Social Security departments, they might be able to offer Interim Assistance if you are in a bit of a bind.

Trying to put food on the table?

There is also WIC, food stamps, and other assistance programs that would be more than willing to assist during this difficult time.

While waiting approval, just remember the basic steps of the process:

Please visit marksandharrison.com/ssd-application-process to point you in the right direction if you have any questions about successfully filing a social security claim!

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Related Information:

  1. U.S. Department of Social Security Benefits Calculators - Ian Langtree
  2. Disability Plan Evaluation Calculator - Assurant Employee Benefits
  3. Retirement Planner Calculator - AARP
  4. U.S. Social Security: Disability Information - Information on US social security disability benefits SSDI including pensions and assistance programs for seniors and family members.




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