Wednesday, June 7, 2017

If You or Your Child Has a Disability and Qualifies for SSI, Able United has a Contest for You!

This is the face of an amazing little boy. He has the most sparkling blue eyes, and an equally sparkling personality. He is so smart, and can tell you directions of how to get to any town within a 30 mile radius of us. He is delighted by dinosaurs and loves playing Lego's and Mine Craft. This is also the face of a little boy with a very severe speech delay. Even after being in therapy for a year, he is still significantly delayed, and struggles daily to help us understand him.  He is very patient with us not understanding and thinks of other ways that we may "get" what he is trying to say. We are told this disability may be something he has to deal with for the rest of his life, and he is the face of thousands of children in the state of Florida with a disability. 

When receiving Government funded programs like SSI you can only have a certain amount of money in the bank in order to keep receiving the check. There does not seem to be many ways around that unless you would like to keep cash in a box in your house, and we all know how safe that may (or may not be). Able United has a way around this and allows you to save for the future. You can open an account ,which only takes about 15 minutes to do and save TAX-FREE for your Qualified Disability Expenses. There are absolutely no minimums that you need to put in, and you can save uo to a total of $14k per year and then you can pick how you would like to invest the money. The funds are very easy for you to take out and you can ask that a paper check be sent or you can request an electronic transfer to your account.

Right now, Able United has an awesome contest going on between now and June 15, 2017. Florida residents who qualify for the Able United can enter to be one of five people who win $500 to start off their savings account! That is an awesome way to jump start your much needed savings. You can enter right now on Able United's Facebook Page! Good luck to you! I hope you are one of the lucky ones.

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1 comment:

  1. I work for an advocacy group which assists individuals with disabilities. Thanks for the resource.