Social Security Disability reaches record in 2010 applications

Jan 27, 2011 | Social Security

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Last year was a record year for Social Security Disability applications, reports Business Wire.

About 2.9 million people applied for Social Security Disability benefits, the most since the SSDI program was established in 1956.

According to a study, unemployment for those with disabilities continues to outpace the unemployment rate other workers are experiencing. For some, it is a tough realization that their disability may not allow them to return to work. However, delaying to apply for Social Security Disability benefits  can put your financial stability at risk.

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