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When Are My Disability Benefits Going To Be Re-Evaluated?

You did it! You finally managed to secure benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA)! It was a long and hard road—it may have even taken over a year to achieve—but just because you have benefits now doesn’t mean your benefits can’t be taken away later. Every few years your disability status will be reviewed, and you need to know what to expect to make sure your benefits aren’t in jeopardy. When Are My Disability Benefits Going To Be Re-Evaluated? For most beneficiaries, you will have to go through what the SSA calls a continuing disability re-evaluation, or CDR. This will happen every three years unless you are over the age of 55 or have a condition that is unlikely to improve. If you are over 55 or have an intractable condition, then you will have a CDR every seven years until you reach retirement age. How Do CDRs Work?…
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