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Social Security Law And Practice, 2019-20 (eBook)

Social Security Law And Practice, 2019-20 (eBook)

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Author(s):
  • Daniel S. Jones, Esq.; Charles E. Binder, Esq.

Downloadable titles are nonrefundable.

Key Benefits:

• Understand the issues involved in matters of eligibility, retirement, disability, insurance and Supplemental Security Income benefits.

• Be able to handle all aspects of the claim including client matters, the record, conduct at the hearing, appeals and attorney fees.

Product Description:

The Social Security Act is among the most intricate ever drafted by Congress. It is a law that touches the lives of virtually everyone in the United States. This practice guide offers valuable, practical advice on how to work through the enormous bureaucracy. With analysis of the statutes and regulations, the authors guide you through the various aspects of practice and procedure.

Social Security Law and Practice covers eligibility; retirement, disability insurance, Supplemental Security Income and survivors' benefits; overpayments; Medicare; attorney fees; and it also includes many forms.

The 2019-2020 release is current through the 2019 legislative session.

Table of Contents:
Published Date:
  • December 1, 2019
Format:
  • eBook
Product Code:
  • 422920E
ISBN:
  • 9781579695736
Page Count:
  • 288 pages
Non-Member Pricing: $125.00

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