Social Security Act of 1935
Many people may not know that the Social Security Act of 1935 was the first enacted act by the Senate and House of Representatives that addressed the well being of Americans when they become elderly or ill. President Franklin D. Roosevelt created this act in an attempt to provide for elderly, blind and disabled individuals from the Federal level.
Roosevelt was known as the first president to address and support the issues of our elderly Americans. It is said that the Social Security Act was the Presidents response to the economic conditions during that time period due to the Great Depression.
Since its inception millions of elderly Americans have been able to live and provide for themselves after retirement but most importantly American’s who have become ill or disabled are able to receive help to continue providing for themselves and their family. With President’s Day rapidly approaching we would like to say, thank you to President Roosevelt for thinking of the American people’s well being and welfare.
Applying for Social Security disability can be a headache, to say the least. It can take a long time until Social Security bureaucrats make a decision about your application, and if one detail is wrong or missing, you could be denied benefits.
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