The Social Security Administration uses amounts paid into Social Security by workers in determining benefits workers qualify for at retirement age of 62 or older. For those filing for disability, a complicated calculatio... More »

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The maximum weekly disability insurance benefit paid out by the California Employment Development Department is $1,104 as of 2015. Qualifying for this maximum benefit payment requires an individual to earn at least $25,3... More »

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To get the maximum Social Security benefit payments for a disability, workers must have accumulated enough work credits for eligibility and have high earnings records, reports Nolo. People who have earned more and paid m... More »

As of 2015, the maximum monthly Social Security benefit for a recipient at full retirement age is $2,663, according to the Social Security Administration. Full retirement age is between 65 and 67, depending on year of bi... More »

The official Social Security website has tools for checking benefit eligibility and estimating retirement, survivors and disability benefits for workers and their spouses. Also available are retirement age, life expectan... More »

Workers can use the benefit calculator provided on the Social Security Administration website to calculate Social Security disability benefits. A specific formula is used to calculate Social Security disability benefits,... More »

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The maximum Social Security benefit varies depending on a worker's retirement age and the calendar year the worker retires, according to the Social Security Administration. Two workers who retire in the same year, but at... More »