We have a tendency to plan for the exciting things like vacations, retirement and parties. As much fun as it may be to look forward to those things it’s also necessary to think about the bad things and how you would handle them if they were to come your way.
Disability is something most people don’t like to think about. But if you’re not able to work because you have a disabling condition that is expected to last at least one year or result in death, then it’s a subject you may not be able to avoid.
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Maria Diaz is a public affairs specialist for the Social Security Administration. If you have Social Security questions, call (800) email@example.com