The Nebraska Ticket to Work program supports career development for Social Security disability beneficiaries age 18 through 64 who want to work. The Ticket program is free and voluntary and assists individuals with disabilities toward financial independence.
Beth Kobliner, Personal Finance Journalist, New York Times on 03/23/2017
For most people, Social Security is a mystery. We see that 6.2 percent deduction on our pay stubs and wonder: What does it mean for my financial future? The answers: A lot. And not enough. After tax season, take a … Continue reading →(Visited 545 times, 545 visits today)
Posted on 03/22/2017
Our monthly blog series, Work Incentives Wednesdays, explores how Social Security helps people with disabilities transition to work. In this month’s blog post, learn how Impairment-Related Work Expenses (IRWE) can help you afford the items and services you need for success.
Jim Borland, Acting Deputy Commissioner for Communications on 03/20/2017
FICA taxes help provide benefits for retirees, disabled people and children. This contribution helps your parents and grandparents have a secure retirement while securing today and tomorrow for you and your future family. Learn more about FICA.(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Posted on 03/20/2017
The Ticket to Work program team is excited for our two ABLE events in March! Register now for the March 22 national WISE webinar: Achieving Financial Independence with Ticket to Work and the ABLE Act. Then learn how you can join our March 24 Twitter chat and learn more about ABLE accounts.