disability benefits
Money available from Social Security to benefit those younger than 65 who qualify because of their work and earning record and who meet the program's medical guidelines defining disability. The benefits are roughly equal to those available in Social Security retirement benefits.
Category: Personal Finance & Retirement → Health Care

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