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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Are 8850 Form Disability

Instructions and Help about Are 8850 Form Disability

P>Shh, I've got a secret. How would you like to get your Social Security disability on the very first try? I'll tell you how when we come back. Well, hey folks, my name is Jim Rohn. I appreciate you once again being with me today on the transplant help podcast/YouTube video series. As I said just a moment ago in the teaser, I kind of had a secret, and that secret pertains to gaining your Social Security disability on the very first try. Let me make a disclaimer right out of the gate: I'm not encouraging anyone to try to go out and get their Social Security disability unless they need it and unless they deserve it. We've got too many people in the world who have already taken advantage of Social Security disability, who are not in need of it. So don't take the impression I'm trying to help anyone to get disability that do not need it. But with that said, this tip that I'm going to give you today, toward the end of this program, I'll assure you, will help you to gain your Social Security disability on the very first try. Now, if you're a transplant patient of any kind, but especially if you're a heart and/or lung transplant patient, at some point in your transplant journey, more than likely, you're going to need some form of Social Security and/or disability. Now, why is that? Well, you're probably going to be disabled. Now, whether that's just a partial disability or resulting in a full disability, you're going to need some form of disability to help you and assist you in the rest of this life's journey. Now, when I first heard the word disability back a number of years ago from my doctors, I was already...