Factors, including returning to work, medical improvement, reaching retirement age, and criminal convictions or institutionalization may result in the termination of people’s Social Security Disability benefits. As of December 2016, more than 10.1 million people across the U.S. received SSDI benefits. People who are unable to work due to serious health issues often rely on these funds to provide for their basic needs. Therefore, it is essential that benefit recipients understand the issues that could cause a termination of their benefits.
SSDI benefits do not necessarily go on indefinitely. Rather, the Social Security Administration continues to provide benefits only as long as people remain unable to work and their conditions do not improve.
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