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Occupational Disability Annuitant Has Question About Taxes &Total & Permanent Disability
(Posted April 26, 2014)
Question 1129: Occupational disability, withholding taxes should I have more taxes withheld. After year of being on occupational disability, would I be considered permanent disability. At age of 62 and on occupational disability how would that affect my retirement,I'm considered permanently retired on a occupational am I disability.
Answer: You should an accountant or call the IRS with questiojn about how much withholding you need to meet your Federal income Tax obligation.
All Occupational Disability Annuities are reviewed to see if the annuitant meets the more sever requirements for a Period of Disability under the Social Security Act. Those that meet the requirements are then eligible for early Medicare after 29 months.
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