FAQ: What is Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)?

SSDI is a payroll, tax funded, Federal disability insurance program. If you look at your pay stub you will that your employer deducts not only payment for your income tax but for FICA taxes. A portion of the FICA taxes that you pay are set aside for Social Security Disability and retirement.

SSDI will provide you with disability income if you are unable to work as a result of a disability. Once you reach retirement age, 65 years or older, you will be changed from Social Security Disability to Social Security Retirement Income.

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