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SSA Grid Rules: Age as a Factor

SSA Grid Rules: Age as a Factor

Will I Be Found ‘Disabled’ Based On My Age? “Age”, in the world of Social Security Disability, is defined as one’s chronological age, but one attains a particular age the day before his or her birthday. Age becomes a factor in the determination of disability at step 5...

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Understanding SSA Grid Rules for Ages 50-55

Understanding SSA Grid Rules for Ages 50-55

The grid rules start coming into play the day you turn 50 years of age.
These rules make it easier for a 50-year-old to be found disabled than it
is for a 49-year-old. The grid rules permit many people age 50 or above who
are capable of sedentary work to be found disabled whereas that same
person, age 49, would not be found disabled.

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