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Does age have anything to do with my ability to receiving Social Security Disability Income Benefits?

Age is a factor. The Social Security Administration recognizes that when one reaches 50 years old it is harder to train and acquire updated new skills for someone who is disabled from performing their past relevant work. When one reaches the age of 55 and 60 it is even harder to retrain someone. Therefore, if the only available job requires re-training, then once one reaches the age of 55-60 years old the entitlement to SSDIB will be much easier to obtain.    

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