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Are established periods of disability excluded when benefits are computed?
Yes. We must exclude an established period of disability in figuring your benefit unless the exclusion of the period results in fewer benefits or a loss of insured status. This exclusion applies to all computation formulas. (See Chapter 5 for the requirements for establishing a period of disability and for the beginning and ending dates of this period.)
Last Revised: Sep. 22, 2003
- What is a "period of disability?"
- Periods of Disability and Insured Status
- Who qualifies for disability determinations?
- Currently Insured Status Defined
- How is "disability" defined for establishing a period of disability?
- When does your period of disability begin?
- Waiting Period
- When are you NOT eligible for a trial work period?
- When does your period of disability end?
- Entitlement to Disabled Worker's Benefits
- Social Security Disability Insurance
- When may you establish a period of disability?
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