Hello. I've been searching for an answer to clarify a question I have about Substantial Gainful Activity (SGA).
As of 2017 the SSA sets SGA as earning more than $1,170/month. Does your SSDI payments count towards the SGA amount?
For example: A person receives $801/month from SSDI. [SGA subtract SSDI] --> 1,170 (-) 801 = $369. Does it mean that the most this person can earn is up to $369 a month without becoming ineligible for SSDI and hitting the SGA limit.
Or am I wrong and SGA does not include SSDI payments in the calculation, leaving a person able to earn more than $369/month working?