The first question most people ask regarding their Social Security benefits is “Am I eligible to receive them?” The second question they usually ask is “How much can I receive?” This is not a straightforward answer, but is one which can be calculated through a bit of careful research and reflection on your personal finances. […]Learn More
If you are filing an application with the Social Security Administration, you should not expect a speedy response. In fact, the average application can take two to four months to come to a full resolution, and even then it could take longer. So it’s not uncommon for clients to ask us what the status of […]Learn More
Part of financial security is being able to anticipate when you can expect to receive your income payments, and creating your budget around these payments to help you make living decisions. Social Security is no different; the Social Security Administration has set up a very specific set of rules and dates with which people can expect to […]Learn More
If you are injured or becomes seriously ill and are unable to work or provide for yourself, you become what is known as “disabled.” Fortunately for those who have been impacted in this way, you may be eligible to receive benefits to help you live your life and make your expenses through what is known […]Learn More
Recently, the topic of “Ambulance chasing,” or as its legally known in Michigan, Running and Capping, has been in the spotlight. A TV Attorney has been charged by the Attorney Grievance Commission of engaging in this sort of unethical (and potentially illegal) behavior. While that attorney will have his day in court in the coming weeks, it’s […]Learn More
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