This is available to individuals who have certified with one 4 qualifying disabilities: intellectual disability, brain injury, traumatic brain injury or mental illness.

About state disability plan:

Using state disability plan your regular state income tax payments are used to support plan instead of the other way around. This saves you a lot of money because you don't have to pay income taxes.

-A very stable and relatively low-risk investment. -Continuous payments, as well as a single & low-risk payment stream for the whole period of time. -A lifetime payout.

Pros of state disability plan:

State disability plan has a bad reputation for being difficult to get benefits. That's partly because of the nature of the program and partly because of misinformation that has plagued the fund.

-Competitive performance and stable investment returns -Increased accessibility and financial help. -Opportunities available for both professional and private workers.

Pros of state disability plan:

State disability plan was first created in the 1960s to offer the pension-style benefits to older workers in a state who no longer had an opportunity for a pension from the company where they worked.

Cons of state disability plan:

-You need to pay taxes on some benefits you get -The state disability plan is only available to retirees who have federal income taxes withheld or paid by your employer.

Sate disability plan coverage insurance income benefits are funded by federal and state money. The disability benefits are adjusted based on the amount of disability you have and the care you need.