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Can I become employed part time and still receive all my ssd benefits?

Q) I am disabled and receive ssd..Can I become employed part time and still receive all my benefits?

A) According to Social Security Administration website Special rules make it possible for people receiving Social Security disability benefits or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) to work and still receive monthly payments. And, if you cannot continue working because of your medical condition, your benefits can start
again—you may not have to file a new application.
Work incentives include:
• Continued cash benefits for a time
while you work;
• Continued Medicare or Medicaid
while you work; and
• Help with education, training
and rehabilitation to start a new
line of work.

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One Response to Wondering what I’m to do if someone cashed my disability checks?

  1. My husband has now become legal blind, he receives his regular SS check
    monthly. Being he is now become legally blind and can not drive himself around, and do somethings for himself, Is he eligible for a increase from Social Security?

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