Wednesday, 20 July 2016

How Much Can You Work On Your Social Security Disability?

Social Security Disability gives disabled workers a chance to attempt re-entrance into the work force while still receiving monthly benefits through the Social Security Disability Insurance, or SSDI, program. This opportunity is provided through a few different programs. The most commonly utilized of these programs is the Trial Work Period– available to beneficiaries, or winning applicant of SSDI.

The only time an applicant earning more than the SGA amount is eligible to receive full benefits while working over the SGA amount is during the grace period. The first month a beneficiary is found to be working above the SGA amount starts the three consecutive-months period at which a beneficiary can work above the SGA limit and still receive the full monthly benefit. Benefits can cease if the beneficiary’s countable gross income exceeds SGA after the grace period.

If you have stopped receiving benefits due to work activity and your gross countable income drops below the SGA limit, you can file an application for expedited reinstatement on your own or with the help of a Tallahassee disability lawyer.

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