The lives of residents in West Virginia and elsewhere are often controlled by finances. However, when an individual's or family's finances are constrained because of a debilitating injury or illness, this can makes it challenging to make ends meet. In these matters, Social Security Disability benefits are used to fill the gaps. These benefits help individuals and families cover the costs and damages associated with a disability caused by an accident or an illness.
While Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits can be a lifesaver, it is important to note that these benefits are not just simply handed to eligible beneficiaries. In other words, some recipients of SSD benefits are required to pay federal income taxes on the benefits they receive from the Social Security Administration (SSA).