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Will my SSD benefites change when I reach retirement age?
I've been told by a few people that my benefites would stay the same when I reach retirement age. Anyone know if this is true or not?

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From SSA webpage

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"Social Security disability benefits automatically change to retirement benefits when disability beneficiaries become full retirement age. The law does not allow a person to receive both retirement and disability benefits on one earnings record at the same time."

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You need to check your benefits on a state, and federal level. There are many factors involved.

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I would assume that once you reach retirement age you would take regular social security instead of the SSD. As already said, check your state's info.

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