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How Much Money Can You Make and Still Get SSI?

Each year, the Social Security Administration (SSA) adjusts the income limits and benefit payment amounts to account for increases in the cost of living. The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program is our focus in this blog, and we’ll go over how these increases affect your SSI. At Scully Disability Law, our attorneys work to keep […]
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What Is The Difference Between SSI and SSDI?

What Is The Difference Between SSI and SSDI?

The Social Security Administration has two programs providing benefits to people with disabilities. Social Security Disability Insurance, commonly referred to as SSDI, and Supplemental Security Income or SSI offer monthly cash payments and other benefits to those who meet the qualifying standards federal law sets for each program. Although the monthly payments make the programs […]
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What Is The Maximum Social Security Disability Benefit Amount An Insured Can Receive?

According to the Social Security Administration, slightly more than 7.9 million disabled workers receive an average of $1,280.98 a month in disability benefits through the Social Security Disability Insurance program. This is in addition to the almost 4.2 million disabled or blind adults and children who receive a Social Security disability benefit through the Supplemental […]
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How Much Can I Earn While On Social Security Disability in 2021?

If you are disabled or blind, you may qualify for Social Security disability benefits provided you also meet financial requirements established for the Supplemental Security Income and Social Security Disability Insurance programs administered by the Social Security Administration. The amount that you may be eligible to receive each month in benefits depends on the program […]
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What You Need To Know When You Get Social Security Disability Benefits

What You Need To Know When You Get Social Security Disability Benefits

The vast majority of initial claims for disability benefits through either of the two programs administered by Social Security receive a denial notice. Should yours be one of an average of 21% of initial applications that are approved, maintaining eligibility can be challenging given the complex regulations and rules governing Social Security disability benefits. The […]
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