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- About SSDI: Allsup provides a free SSDI evaluation. Call (800) 279-4357 for more information about how Allsup can help you get the SSDI benefits you deserve.
- SSDI Overview: Social Security Disability benefits help is available. Complete our free Social Security disability evaluation to see if you qualify for SSDI. Call 800.279.4357
- Why You Want SSDI: Social Security Disability Insurance or SSDI benefits include income, Medicare options and more. Free online SSDI application or call us at 800.279.4357.
- SSDI Process: Allsup helps you through the five-step process to help you get the disability award you deserve. Online free disability application or call 800.279.4357
- Choosing Representation: No fee unless you receive an SSDI award. 25 years of experience helps in the Social Security disability backlog. Free online SSDI evaluation or 800.279.4357.
- SSDI Guidelines by Disability: Do you meet the Social Security Administration’s definition of disability? Complete our free SSDI evaluation or call 800.279.4357 to see if you qualify.
- General Guidelines: To qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), you must have worked and paid into the program (mandatory payroll taxes) for 5 of the last 10 years.
- Free SSDI Evaluation: Request your free, no obligation disability evaluation to determine your eligibility for Social Security disability Insurance or SSDI. Or call 800.279.4357.
- FAQs: The Social Security disability process can be confusing. Allsup has been helping people get their disability awards for 25 years. Free online SSDI evaluation.
- Compare SSDI Representatives: The right Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) representative can help you get through the Social Security process faster and awarded benefits sooner.
- About SSI: Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is an SSA income benefit program for people with limited income and resources who are disabled, blind, or age 65 or older.
- Refer Someone to Allsup: For a limited time, you can receive $50 for each referral you send to Allsup who becomes a customer.
- Social Security Benefits Calculator: Calculate estimated retirement and disability benefits using the Social Security benefits quick calculator.
- Allsup Representation: If you're thinking about taking on the Social Security Administration (SSA) alone, get ready for a long, long fight.
- Why Allsup: Allsup has a 98% SSDI award rate and there are no fees unless we obtain a disability award for you. Free online disability application or call 800-279-4357.
- How It Works At Allsup: Allsup can help you through the SSA's SSDI disability review process. Get a free disability evaluation-no fees until we help you receive disability benefits.
- Disability Appeal Representation: If your Social Security Disability Insurance application has been denied, you have a better chance of being approved at the disability appeal or hearing level.
- Fees: The SSA sets the fees for SSDI representation. No fee is charged until Allsup helps you receive disability benefits. Free disability evaluation 800.279.4357.
- Personal Stories: Stories about real people, struggling with real disabilities. Since 1984, Allsup has helped more than 170,000 people obtain Social Security disability benefits.
- Allsup's Customer Service: Allsup doesn’t just help obtain SSDI, we also help with Medicare and financial matters. Allsup's True Help helps people with disabilities reclaim their lives.
- Getting Prepared: Speed up your free SSDI evaluation and disability application process by having these items available. Print handy list. Free SSDI evaluation 800.279.4357.
- Have Long-Term Disability LTD Benefits: Allsup can help you if you have long-term disability benefits. Most long-term disability providers require filing Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).
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- Veterans Disability: Allsup is the nation’s premier provider of disability services with a team of SSDI specialists and VA-accredited Claims Agents helping veterans nationwide.
- Overview: Veterans disability appeal help is available from Allsup with the goal of helping veterans receive their service-connected disability benefits as soon as we can.
- Veterans Disability Appeal Screening: Complete our FREE, no obligation VA disability appeals form. Allsup has been helping people with disabilities for nearly 30 years get the benefits they earned.
- Your VA Application: If you’re denied veterans disability benefits or don’t receive a fully favorable decision from the VA, Allsup will file a veterans disability appeal for you.
- VA Appeal Help: Veterans need specialized appeal help, especially because veterans who use a paid VA-accredited Claims Agent usually receive a higher disability benefit rating.
- Why Allsup: Allsup employs a team of VA-accredited Claims Agents who successfully represent U.S. military veterans appealing for VA veterans disability benefits.
- Fees: There is no cost to you unless we win your appeal or you receive more benefits on appeal. Allsup’s fee, monitored by VA’s OGC, is 20% of the retroactive amount.
- VA Disability Claims Agents: Our Claims Agents are focused on helping veterans successfully win an appeal to receive the highest possible rating level of disability compensation from the VA.
- Veterans Disability FAQs: Read our veterans disability frequently asked questions (FAQs). Learn more about veterans disability, veterans disability appeal, veterans disability benefits and more.
- Personal Finance: Allsup helps people with disabilities receive Social Security disability insurance (SSDI), as well as with the financial issues that come with a disability.
- Personal Finance Overview: Allsup helps people with disabilities receive Social Security disability insurance (SSDI), as well as with disability life planning.
- Financial Planning: The Allsup Disability Life Planning process helps people living with disabilities - waiting for SSDI or already receiving SSDI - to manage their finances.
- Budgeting: The hardest thing about budgeting is convincing yourself that you need a budget, especially if you have limited resources.
- Increasing Cash Flow: Getting an SSDI award can take years because that is the nature of the system.
- Decreasing Expenses: Once you finally get awarded SSDI benefits, you must decide how to receive these monthly benefits.
- Securing Revenue Sources: SSDI is a vital source of income for people with disabilities. You also need to secure other income sources to help generate cash for your financial future.
- Financial Assistance Programs: There are many federal, state and local government programs available to help those with disabilities. You can also turn to many privately funded programs.
- Selling Assets to Increase Cash Flow: Some people have little choice but to sell assets to make ends meet, but it's important to consider the trade-offs to see if there are alternative options.
- Your Spouses Income: We provide a calculator which shows the financial impact of having an extra income in your household.
- Tapping Into Retirement Savings: Ideally, you will have at least some personal savings to help support you while you await your SSDI benefits. If not, some may tap into other retirement plans.
- SSDI Benefit Payment Options: Most people receive their Social Security Disability Insurance SSDI benefits by direct deposit. You also may have Social Security benefits put on a debit card.
- Protecting SSDI Benefits from Creditors: Federal law prohibits creditors and others from taking your Social Security Disability Insurance or SSDI benefits without permission, but there are exceptions.
- Financial Planning for Family Caregivers: Being a caregiver can be incredibly rewarding. However, it can also be expensive. Meeting monthly financial needs was a top concern identified in a recent survey.
- How to Establish Control Over Finances: Together, you should come up with a plan that you both can agree on to ensure a smooth transition if and when the time comes that you need to step in.
- Figure Out Your Loved Ones Finances: It’s important that you gather every document that may have an impact on your loved one’s finances. Ideally, they will review their financial affairs with you.
- Make the Most of Your Loved Ones Benefits: You’ll want to make the most of what your loved one has so you need to learn about any benefits that are due to them, and understand and use insurance coverage.
- Make the Most of Social Security and Medicare: If your loved one is retirement age, they may receive Social Security retirement, or if under retirement age, they may qualify for Social Security disability.
- Find Resources That Can Help: Your goal is to increase the money you have every month, creating a budget to trim expenses and making the most of your loved one’s benefits and insurance.
- Turn Assets Into Cash But Do it Intelligently: You may have to sell of some of your loved one’s assets to meet their financial needs, but you want to have a plan for what you sell and when you sell it.
- Managing Your Credit and Debt: Getting a handle on your debts and keeping them under control is extremely important. Try applying the debt management tips Allsup provides here.
- Managing Healthcare Costs: If you're living with a disability it is very important to maintain healthcare. Allsup can guide you on healthcare options like Medicare, COBRA and many others.
- COBRA Coverage: If you lose your job due to a permanent disability you may have certain rights under COBRA. Allsup can help guide you with COBRA rights and benefits.
- Medicare: Medicare plans are available to those receiving SSDI benefits after 24 months but may be available sooner. Allsup guides you through the Medicare & SSDI process.
- Medicare FAQs: Medicare FAQs including questions regarding Medicare Part A, Part B, Medicare Advantage (Part C), and Part D (prescription drug coverage). Call 888-271-1173.
- Report Medicare Errors and Fraud: See how to file a Medicare grievance and how to report Medicare fraud and abuse. File a Medicare grievance via your state’s Quality Improvement Organization.
- Medicare Enrollment Periods: We outline the most common Medicare enrollment periods, including what changes you can make and when. Need Medicare help? Call Allsup 888-271-1173.
- Traditional Medicare: Traditional Medicare plans include Medicare Part A (hospital) and Medicare Part B (medical). Other options include Medigap and Part D.
- Medicare Advantage Plans: Which Medicare options are right for you if you receive SSDI benefits? Allsup can help you receive your SSDI award and guide you on your Medicare options.
- Medigap: There are 12 standard Medigap plans that are specifically meant to fill the gaps in traditional Medicare.
- Maximizing Your Medicare Drug Coverage: Did you know that some plans include a coverage gap during which you’ll need to pay 100% of your drug costs out of your own pocket?
- Medicare Savings Programs: Managing healthcare options with a disability is complex. Allsup helps you obtain your Social Security disability and guides you through your Medicare options.
- Drug Company Assistance Programs: Managing healthcare costs with a disability can be challenging. Drug company assistance programs can help. Call Allsup 800.279.4357 for help with SSDI.
- State Pharmaceutical Assistance Programs: Allsup guides people with disabilities through the Social Security disability process and helps them manage healthcare costs.
- Switching to Generic Drugs: Selecting or switching your prescriptions to generic drugs can be just one part of the healthcare management puzzle. Contact Allsup for help getting SSDI.
- Negotiating Lower Healthcare Costs: If you have a disability and need help with the SSDI process call today. 800.279.4357 Allsup has over 24 years experience guiding people with disabilities through the Social Security disability process and helping them manage health care costs. Negotiating lower healthcare costs can be just one part of healthcare management.
- Finding Healthcare Resources in Your Area: Access a handy guide outlining your state’s public and private healthcare choices. Select your state for applications and other resources available to you.
- Managing Your Taxes: Understanding federal and state taxes if you have SSDI benefits or are in the process can be challenging. Allsup can help guide you on managing your taxes
- Taxation of Social Security Disability Income: Determining if your SSDI benefits are taxable can be challenging. With 25 years of helping people with disabilities, Allsup can provide you with tax guidance.
- Tax Credits for Lower Income Taxpayers: Allsup provides valuable information on tax credits for lower income taxpayers including Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), credit for the disabled and more.
- Free Tax Filing Assistance: Allsup provides resources on free tax filing assistance, including information on programs such as the IRS Free File and Low Income Taxpayer Clinics (LITC).
- Mortgages and Foreclosures: While filing for disability benefits and unable to work, you may have difficulty with not only your health, but also with paying your monthly mortgage.
- Foreclosure Basics: Foreclosure can be a scary process, especially when your health is compromised, and can make you feel powerless. Allsup provides some foreclosure basics.
- Working With Your Lender: To help avoid foreclosure, work with your lender as soon as possible and explain you are unable to work due to your disability and have filed for SSDI benefits.
- Forbearance: Forbearance, or a postponement in making your mortgage payments, can be a way to continue living in your home without making your monthly mortgage payment.
- Refinancing: Refinancing modifies the terms of your mortgage with a lower interest rate meaning your payments will be lower, helping you make your monthly mortgage payments.
- Interest Only Mortgage: An interest-only mortgage allows you to make payments of only the monthly interest amount for a specified period of time, which will lower your payments.
- Home Equity Line of Credit: A home equity line of credit gives you access to credit that can be used to pay everyday expenses or to consolidate your debt into one payment.
- Balloon Mortgage: A balloon mortgage is helpful because you will be able to make lower mortgage payments for a period of time to avoid foreclosure on your home.
- Reverse Mortgage: A reverse mortgage allows you to turn the equity in your home into cash. This option is only available for home owners over aged 62.
- Forced Home Sale Options: If the lender will not work with you to reduce your mortgage payments, you may want to consider a short sale or deed in lieu of foreclosure as alternatives.
- Short Sale: A short sale lets you sell your home for less than the amount owed on the mortgage. The lender will accept the sale amount as payment of the mortgage in full.
- Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure: A deed in lieu of foreclosure allows you to give the deed to your home to the lender. In exchange, the lender agrees not to foreclose on the property.
- Bankruptcy and Foreclosure: After trying different ways to maintain the mortgage on your home, you might still face the foreclosure of your home, and you may have to file for bankruptcy.
- Mortgage and Foreclosure FAQs: Take a look at our frequently asked questions about mortgage and foreclosure.
- Mortgage and Foreclosure Glossary: Use Allsup's mortgage and foreclosure glossary to learn about commonly used terms.
- Bankruptcy: Bankruptcy should not be seen as a way to avoid paying debt, but as a way to manage the debt you are unable to repay because you can no longer work.
- Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: Chapter 7 bankruptcies involve the sale of your property with proceeds used to pay your creditors. You will testify about your income, property and debts.
- Chapter 13 Bankruptcy: Filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy lets you repay your debts to creditors over three to five years, but you must have enough income to make your payments.
- Credit Counseling: When filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you will need to participate in credit counseling. Make sure your credit counselor is certified and licensed.
- Bankruptcy and Credit Counseling FAQs: Check out Allsup's FAQs on Bankruptcy and Credit Counseling. Allsup provides valuable information to help you with your personal finances.
- Unclaimed Property: Unclaimed property is an untapped source of income that could be very beneficial to people with disabilities.
- Financial Planning Calculators: Allsup's financial planning calculators take the heavy lifting out of your financial planning.
- Medicare Advisor: Allsup Medicare Advisor is a fee-based service designed to easily guide you in selecting the best, most affordable Medicare plan to fit your individual healthcare needs and preferences.
- Disability Life Planning Service: Allsup's Disability Life Planning Service provides help in re-evaluating your financial health and protecting you and your family early in the disability cycle.
- Disability Life Planning Service FAQs: Disability Life Planning Service (DLPS) is a fee-based counseling service designed to help people plan for their financial future. Call 888-271-1173.
- Disability Life Planning Personal Stories: Read real, personal stories about how Allsup’s Disability Life Planning Service changes lives by providing true help so people can better manage their finances.
- About Us: Social Security disability expert Allsup was founded in 1984 by Jim Allsup as the first nationwide private Social Security disability claims services company.
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- History: Jim Allsup founded Allsup in 1984 as the first private social security disability representation company. Allsup now has more than 600 employees.
- Leadership: Jim Allsup has been leading the Allsup team since 1984, when he founded Allsup as the first social security disability representation company.
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- Resources for Journalists: Check out Allsup's resources for journalists including links to Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) articles and other disability information.
- Legislation & Hearings: Allsup CEO Jim Allsup is recognized as an authority on disability-related Social Security and Medicare issues.
- Contact Us: Contact Allsup with any Social Security Disability questions at 800.279.4357.
- Careers: Since 1984, Allsup has been the Social Security disability expert. Allsup is currently looking to expand its team.
- Community Relations: Allsup and its employees participate in many fundraising and charitable activities, including United Way and BBBS throughout the year.
- True Help: Allsup strives to provide True Help to individuals with disabilities. Allsup has helped more than 150,000 people since 1984 with a 98% success rate.
- Corporate Services: Allsup has been assisting companies and consumers with Social Security disability and Medicare since 1984.
- Blog: Check out Allsup's blog.
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- Resource Center Overview: Allsup provides various disability-related resources because we want your life to be as financially secure and as healthy as possible. Call 800.279.4357.
- Glossary: Allsup provides a disability resource glossary including hundreds of definitions of frequently used disability-related terms.
- Calculators: Allsup provides a variety of interactive financial calculators. Just plug in your information and receive reports tailored to you.
- Online Resources: Allsup provides a variety of disability-related resources to make your life as financially secure and as healthy as possible. Call 800.279.4357.
- News: Check out news on Allsup, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and other related topics.
- Health Awareness: Allsup provides a health awareness calendar for various activities throughout the year. Also check out the poster campaigns we provide for awareness events.
- Blog: Check out Allsup's Blog.
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- News: Check out the disability, condition specific and Medicare industry news here.
- Forum: Share your thoughts with other Allsup visitors on various topics including Social Security disability, Medicare, financial planning, resources and more.
- The SSDI Process: There are four levels in the Social Security Administration's (SSA) review and award system for disability.
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