You will receive Social Security Disability Benefits for as long as you remain disabled under the Social Security laws. However, if you remain disabled at the normal Social Security Retirement Age, you will be converted over to Retirement Benefits instead of SSDI.
How long do SSDI benefits last?
What You Need to Know
- Posted on 08/25/2022SSDI and SSI: Similar but Different Disability Programs
- Posted on 08/25/2021How to Prepare for a SSDI Hearing: What to Expect and What Questions Will be Asked at a Social Security Disability Hearing
- Posted on 08/30/2020How does Social Security Analyze Your Disability Application? The Sequential Evaluation Process
- Posted on 10/13/2022Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) announced. 8.7% increase in Social Security benefit checks for 2023
- Posted on 08/10/2021Social Security Disability Approval Rates Decline
- Posted on 02/04/2021President Biden Reverses a Pending Trump Rule on Continuing Disability Reviews
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