Bragging about your sex life threatens disability benefits

Wanting sex 1,440 times a day may turn heads with judges and government officials

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“I am a writer/poet, artist, sculptor, musician, wood artist, wordsmith, businesswoman, mother, ex-wife, retired postal worker, driver, fragrance designer, student, photographer, jokester, painter, and furniture designer. …acts like she is 32, her love meter reads “inferno,” and she thinks about sex 1440 times a day” Social Security Disability Blog  Continue reading Bragging about your sex life threatens disability benefits

Disability Reform – It’s the System, Not the Individual

As a judge who has handled Social Security disability cases for 16 years, I do not believe that there is as much fraud as the press and the public believe

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Disability Reform – Identifying Who Is Disabled

One of the most difficult administrative tasks faced by the Social Security Administration is distinguishing between disabled and nondisabled workers.

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Disability Reform – Welfare Reform as a Model

The caseloads and total expenditures of  Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income for disabled adults  have nearly doubled in size

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Disability Reform – A Matter of Policy, Not Fraud

In the Social Security program alone, the White House proposes to spend $4.3 billion over five years to fight fraud associated with disability claims Continue reading Disability Reform – A Matter of Policy, Not Fraud