The Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI) program is a program of the Social Security Administration funded primarily through payroll taxes. It was signed into law in 1935 by then-President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
The OASDI program aims to supplement a worker’s lost wages due to retirement, disability or death of a spouse.
The following table shows Social Security field offices ranked by number of disabled workers in South Carolina.
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