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- By David A. Morton. Published by Nolo Press. 2014. 7th ed.
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- By National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives. Published by Lexis Nexis Matthew Bender. 1984.
This five volume set is a comprehensive, in-depth reference for practitioners. The major topics discussed are social security coverage, retirement and survivor's benefits, disability, supplemental security income, Medicare, fees, selected social security regulations, and medical aspects of disability. The set's medical analysis spans two volumes and covers disabilities of all of the body's different systems.
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- By Joseph Matthews. Published by Nolo Press. 2015. 20th ed.
This guide by Nolo is designed to help readers maximize their retirement benefits. This book provides clear instructions on how to qualify for Medicare, Medicaid, disability, dependents and survivor’s benefits, and Supplemental Security Income (SSI).