Social Security Disability Law - Lawyers
Marin County, San Francisco North Bay, Ca. USA
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Groups not covered by Social Security
Federal employees hired before 1984 who elected to continue to participate in the federal retirement program instead of receiving part of their retirement under Social Security coverage.
Certain state or local government workers participating in their employers' alternative retirement system.
Ministers may choose whether or not they will participate in the Social Security program.
Self-employed workers with annual net earnings below $400.
Election workers earning $1,000 or less a year.
Household workers earning less than $1,500 per year.
Minor children with earnings from household work but for whom household work is not their principal occupation.
College students working under Federal Work Study programs, graduate students receiving stipends while working as teaching assistants, research assistants, or on fellowships, and most postdoctoral researchers.
Individuals who are members of certain religious groups such as the Amish and Mennonites.
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|Chavez & Gertler
42 Miller Ave, Mill Valley, CA 94941 415 381-5599
Craig Dykman Law Offices
790 Mission Ave, San Rafael, CA 415 454-8545
Gillin Jacobson Ellis & Larsen
175 N Redwood Dr # 130, San Rafael, CA 415 459-0999
Johns & Allyn ±
1010 B St # 350, San Rafael, CA 415 459-5223
Roger J Fleischmann
12 Lower Dr, Mill Valley, CA 94941 415 888-2150
Weinberg Hoffman Casey & Roper
900 Larkspur Landing Cir # 155, Larkspur, CA 415 461-9666
William C Gordon Law Offices
116 Caledonia St, Sausalito, CA 415 331-0200
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Before the 1983 changes,
three counties in Texas (Galveston, Brazoria, and Matagorda) opted out
of the system and now use an Alternate Plan, a private pension plan
created and administered by First Financial Benefits, Inc.
In 1983, the U.S. Congress closed a loophole in the original Social Security Act that allowed municipal governments to opt out of the Social Security system, and also brought all civilian federal employees whose employment began in 1984 or later under the system.
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