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... nocking that program, however it is income based and the payout each month is low so their are a lot more people collecting SSI and working under the table. With SSDI thr is no income limit , so Their is a lot less fraud. I think S.S needs to crack down on them . ... (18 replies)
... That is very interesting Vann. I know that my CDR was overlooked at the 3rd year. If this happens i may be effected. ... (18 replies)
... To try to get people of of ssdi and ssi. Saw it in the wall street journal. ... (18 replies)

Reviews on ssdi
Aug 8, 2011
... Under age 60 they can do the CDR and ask for medical information, etc. However, don't worry if they tell you they'll do a review in 3 yr and 3 yr comes and goes with no review. ... (40 replies)
Reviews on ssdi
Aug 8, 2011
... i'm sorry i meant to say since your review is in 7 years also you will get the short cdr questioner. ... (40 replies)
Reviews on ssdi
Aug 8, 2011
... There is no correlation between speed of SSDI approval and when the CDR is done. It's based solely on a review of your claim, diagnoses, estimated chance of improvement, etc. ... (40 replies)
Reviews on ssdi
Aug 7, 2011
... Vann, altho the PAD can't get better, can you do anything to stop it from getting worse? (40 replies)
Reviews on ssdi
Aug 7, 2011
... If you are going to be 62 I do not think that they will do a cdr ,because I will be to old I would think and my pad will never get better only worse. ... (40 replies)
Reviews on ssdi
Aug 6, 2011
... MINE = medical improvement not expected (5-7 year CDR's) MIP = medical improvement possible (3 year CDR's) MIE = medical improvement expected (1 year to 18 month CDR's) Ex SS insider Jack told me this. Look at your approval letter. It should say when you can expect to be reviewed for your disability. (40 replies)
Reviews on ssdi
Aug 6, 2011
... You are more likely if anything to get the short form CDR questionnaire with 6 questions. ... (40 replies)
... The only people who know I get SSDI are my children and one close friend. ... (16 replies)
... SS is funded by taxes employees pay via automatic payroll deduction. So someone is on SSDI but takes a job and that employer in turn removes SS taxes. Some system matches up anything like this and flags it. ... (16 replies)
... How are these tax reports obtained Spine? Can they just request them from the IRS by giving them your SS#? Do they have to pay for them? Do they (LTD/SSDI) frequently check to make sure you are not receiving income from other sources like working a part time side job when you claim you can't work at all? How often did you see stuff like this? (16 replies)
... is why I only share on the internet and even here, you should always use a certain level of anonymity. I don't really tell anyone locally IRL I have applied for SSDI and I will not say anything really if I am ever approved. ... (16 replies)
... THIS alone should be paid special attn. In an earlier post, I mentioned my neighbor who gave me 'the scoop' on everyone in the 'hood. Seriously, every one usually has someone like this in their own 'hood, whether they know it or not. I know this woman reported someone 20 years ago for something, just because she didn't like the peeps kids. She is one of those folks who... (16 replies)
... Here is what my friend Jack said who worked for the SSA over 30 years before finally retiring. These things are good to take note. Some of what you read after doing a google search is good info and some may not be so good. The best way to learn about anything in life is often to learn it from someone who has learned it already and applied it in the field for many years.... (16 replies)
... ted after you are approved. Many end up losing their benefits because of this. Imagine getting approved, stop seeing your doctor for 3 years, and then get a full CDR from SS. The only conclusion one can draw then is if this person has not had any medical treatment for his alleged disability, then it must not be that bad. ... (48 replies)
... t that you keep seeing your Dr like they say better to be safe than sorry. I also think that SSA is going to start to be more diligent about cdr"s because of the ssdi fund getting low to try to kick people of ssdi to save money so everybody better have there backside covered. ... (19 replies)
... This is so true and especially important for anyone on LTD. You must see your doctor regularly as long as you remain on SSDI/LTD. It is a very unwise thing not to do after you have been approved for disability benefits. (19 replies)
... humm, maybe all be one of those people who fell threw the (CDR) cracks :D (31 replies)




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