Re: What happens to my SS Disability when I turn 65?
Nothing. The disability is converted to SS retirement and you will continue to get this same amount until your death. After 65, you no longer have to worry about providing proof (CDR's) to SS substantiating disability.
*I am also on LTD from my former employer. I have yet to be approved for SSDI so my LTD is not being offset yet. Once you reach 65 (or me), here is what will happen. Your LTD will end. SSDI converts to SS retirement. You will see no major increase in your SS retirement. You might see some small COLA's after that but no major increases. How old are you if you do not mind me asking and how long have you been on LTD? SpineAZ is the technical expert on this board. I am sure she will respond when she sees your post. I could be wrong but this is what I think happens after age 65. Spine will either confirm or give the correct answer.
Last edited by BlueSkies14; 04-03-2011 at 05:53 PM.