I used to work, but lately, I have been staying home taking care of my kids. Now, I have become sick. Can I get Social Security disability benefits?

Nov 17, 2010 No Comments by

Possibly. If you have worked five out of the ten years under Social Security before becoming disabled, you will have enough earnings in to potentially qualify for Social Security disability benefits. If you are 31 or younger, the requirements are a little different, since you have not had such a long time to work. Also, you may qualify for Supplemental Security Income (SSI), even if you have never worked, depending on your household income.

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