Usual uses of “Benefit Verification Letter” issued to SSDI beneficiaries
Individuals who have been receiving any Social Security benefits, like disability insurance (SSDI), may consider requesting a “benefit verification letter” by visiting the agency’s official website. A benefit verification letter can be used as evidence for the following:
- For loan or mortgage application
- For those who want to receive other benefits offered by the government, like assisted housing
- Proof of age
- Proof of retirement or disability status
- Proof that you are currently covered by Medicare insurance
Individuals should note that they may request a benefit verification letter even their Social Security benefits are not given to them and their claims are currently being processed. Individuals could also filter the information that they want to include in the letter. If you want to know more information or have any concerns with your SSDI benefits in Indiana, get in touch with a skilled attorney of Hankey Marks & Crider today by calling (317) 634-8565.