Question by  Ervin (95)

What are the differences between social security for disability and regular social security payments?


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

Disability is when you are injured and you can no longer work. Social Security payments you get once you retire at 65.


Answer by  mstngpam (304)

Disability is for mentally/physically challenged, no age requirement. Regular payments are received by working and paying taxes into the program through your employeer then reaching the age of requirement.


Answer by  barkley (951)

Social security for disability is paid because someone is unable to work and support themselves. Social security payments are paid after someone has retired and paid the system for years.

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