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Can You Work Part Time on SSI?

The Social Security Administration (SSA) has two disability benefit programs. SSDI or Social Security Disability Insurance is regular disability, and SSI, or Supplemental Security Income helps low income, elderly and disabled people. SSI is a basic needs program providing money for food, clothing and shelter. The program is needs-based and has very low income requirements in order for a person ...
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Social Security Eligibility and Back Pay

If an illness or injury has negatively affected your ability to work, it can be frightening to think about the possible financial issues that can arise. Thankfully, if you are in this position, you can apply for disability benefits through the Social Security Administration (SSA). The money you can receive through these benefits can offer the stress relief you need at a difficult time in your life...
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Should You Reapply for SSI Benefits?

If you have recently filed for SSI (Supplemental Security Income) disability, and been denied, you’re probably wondering what your options are. Many people feel like they should start the process all over again, but is that really the best option? If you’re in this situation, you might be asking the same question. The good news is you can, in fact, reapply for SSI, either online or ...
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The Qualifications for Adult SSI Benefits

If you are unable to work because of a severe illness or injury, there is a good possibility that you may be eligible to receive disability benefits through the Social Security Administration (SSA). The qualifications for eligibility for adults are outlined below. Your Impairment The severity of your impairment is crucial to the final decision. You must be able to prove that your condition i...
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Applying for SSI Disability in Maryland

The Supplemental Security Insurance (SSI) program was put in place to help disabled adults and children who have a low income level or limited resources. While SSDI (Social Security Disability) is aimed more towards able-bodied adult individuals who become injured or sustain a disability later in life, and are therefore unable to work, SSI is aimed at adults, children, and the elderly who have a d...
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