Disability Social Security Substitute Policy

Disability Social Security Substitute Policy benefits are usually sold as private insurance to individuals. Generally, the Policy will provide a monthly benefit for a certain number of years. Like many disability policies, the individual must be “disabled” as defined in the policy.  These policies add an additional requirement that the individual not be entitled to Social Security benefits. The Policy may also require that the individual not elect to receive retirement benefits from Social Security.
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