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How is Income Calculated for Massachusetts SSDI Benefits?

John L. Keefe
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http://www.keefelaw.com You may have worked your entire life paying into the system with Social Security taxes, and now you need disability benefits to live on. If you have become hurt or disabled, you most likely want to know how much money you will get from Social Security and if it will be enough to replace your level of income. Find out how income is calculated by watching an experienced Massachusetts disability lawyer explain more about it in this video.

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is calculated based on your level of income. For example, if you were the highest paid employee in your company, then your SSDI income would be higher than those with a lower income. It works the same way that Social Security retirement income does. Because your monthly income was more, you paid more money into the system through Social Security taxes. This means that you will receive more money in return.

If you would like help with your SSDI claim, or if you have been denied benefits, please call a skilled Massachusetts disability attorney at 888-904-6847 to receive a free legal consultation today. You can also visit our website http://www.keefelaw.com to request our free report and book that could be of help to you during this time.