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Completing the Picture: Key Features of the Social Security Disability Insurance Program

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  • David R. Mann
  • David C. Stapleton
  • Bonnie L. O'Day

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This issues brief summarizes the Social Security Disability Insurance Program. Program eligibility and application, caseload growth, benefit amounts, and return-to-work incentives are discussed.

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  • David R. Mann & David C. Stapleton & Bonnie L. O'Day, "undated". "Completing the Picture: Key Features of the Social Security Disability Insurance Program," Mathematica Policy Research Reports d45e3d13b0d54f72855ea8715, Mathematica Policy Research.
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