[QUOTE=snewb;4791509]Due to my disability, I was unable to work in 2009, 2010 & 2011.
At the end of 2008, My annual SSA benefit statement said
that I would receive $600 per month if I were to retire at age 65.
Here's my question. I just got a letter from the ALJ awarding me
full support on my disability going back to Oct 2008.
It's not the "award letter" just the judge's summary of full support.
Since I was disabled in 2009-2011 and could not work it will show
zero earnings for those years on my annual report at SSA.
This will reduce my benefit amount for not working.
So will they consider that and give me the full amount or something less?
They no longer send the annual statements in the mail and
I can't login to their website. Thx for any info in advance.
what is the differernce between "award letter" and "judges summary of full support"