I RECEIVE SSDI DUE TO A PERMANTLY DISSABLED RIGHT ARM AND HAND (THAT IS WHY I TYPE IN ALL CAPS, I.E., ITS EASIER); I HAVE SEVERE BACK PAIN AND I HAVE DIFFICULTY WALKING AS A RESULT OF A BROKEN NECK (FRACTURE OF C5 & C6). I STILL WANT TO WORK THOUGH... DOING WHAT, I DON'T KNOW. CAN I WORK AND RECEIVE SSDI AND IS THERE AN INCOME LIMIT? GRANT FROM GEORGIA.
CAN I WORK AND STILL RECEIVE SSDI?
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In reply to my children are on my ssdi. by Dee (not verified)
There is a cap on family SSDI benefits, where you would not be able to get more than 180% of you monthly benefit amount. That means with two children, they would both get 40% each of your monthly benefit amount, four children would get 20% each, and so forth. It may be that this is affecting his monthly benefit amount. I would contact the SSA for more information, their number is 1-800-772-1213.
I am not sure if I receive SDI or ssdi. I have worked since my teens and now I am 49. I have an adult son who lives with me. I get 1,090.00 per month can I work part time because we are struggling to survive.
In reply to I am not sure if I receive by cheryl (not verified)
It seems like you are getting SSDI benefits. With either type of benefits you would be able to get a part time job.
I get ssdi work for 150 days from November 2015 to April 2016 if I go back to work in November 2016 will this affect my Ssdi
In reply to I get ssdi work for 150 days by Anthony montanaro (not verified)
It may affect your SSDI payments if you earn over the Substantial Gainful Activity Amount ($1,130 per month), or if you are doing work that you were determined unable to do by the SSA.
I receive social security disability and I was asked to help out a lady from church to do some payroll for her small company partime. I am receving 1077. Per month what is my limit of money I can eran per month. I am not sure I can even do this yet but want to help her out. It gives me something to look forward to
In reply to I receive social security by Kami Shannon (not verified)
you may be able to work for your friend from church, but the amount you can make depends on what type of benefits you have. If you are getting SSI benefits, you would be able to earn up to $ 733 dollars a months, though you may have a reduction in benefits. If you are getting SSDI benefits, you may be able to earn up to $1,130 a month without a reduction in benefits.
I was recently looking into getting a job and if I receive 733$ a month how many hour's do I work without any income taken away from my check
In reply to I was recently looking into by Diane (not verified)
The amount of hours that you would be able to work would depend on how much you would be getting paid, however you would be able to make a maximum of $733 a month in countable income.
Why doesn't ssdi enforce people reporting their earnings???? I know of someone who receives ssdi and works construction (very heavy work), they do plumbing, painting, anything they know how to do, they do. They've even had shirts printed with their company name put on them. They've just recently more from one house to another, they're purchasing stuff for the house, transportation for the job but refuse to pay child support and the court doesn't make them because all they can see is that they get ssdi. They don't see anything else but this person is milking the system and ss doesn't care. So why are the reporting of earnings from people receiving ssdi mandatory and enforced?
In reply to Why doesn't ssdi enforce by Anonymous (not verified)
That sounds like they may be committing fraud. I would report them to the SSA, you can contact them at 1-800-772-1312, or you can visit their website at www.ssa.gov.
Seriously, how can I claim to be disabled, do plumbing and construction (hard, heavy work), get paid GOOD for the work I do and still qualify to receive full ssdi benefits? How does this happen? PLEASE tell me
In reply to Seriously, how can I claim by Anonymous (not verified)
You would most likely not be able to do that, as it may constitute benefits fraud. However, it may be possible for some people to be able to work while receiving benefits, up to the SSA's limits.
61yearold ssdi for 11 years want to exactly what I can make part time does the amount of ssdi make a difference
In reply to 61yearold ssdi for 11 years by John (not verified)
you may be able to make up to $1,130 a month, the SSDI amount would not matter as those payments do not decrease if your income increases.
My question is I am working Thursday and Friday at one job and at one job the total of and I got hired for a another job but I am working Saturday and Sunday both days I a working 6 hours
In reply to My question is I am working by Karina (not verified)
If you're getting SSDI, you may be able to earn up to $1,130 a month, there is no limit on the amount of hours you may work.
I receive ssd I for a mental disability that makes it impossible for me to work in the career I used to work in. I recently found out about a simple delivery job which will pay a maximum of $500 per month. I receive 1471 per month in disability benefits, but it is hard to pay my rent and bills on that alone. Will I lose my benefits if I make $500/month?
In reply to I receive ssd I for a mental by alice (not verified)
It sounds like you're on SSDI benefits. If you are, you may be able to earn up to $1,130 a month an still be considered eligible for benefits by the SSA.
I was diagnosed with Ménière's disease early this year. I drive or did drive a semi truck for a living. I can't drive anymore. In fact, I can barely walk without stumbling . I would like to apply for disability and work at a desk job part time, but I have no training for anything else. How do I go about applying for disability and who do I talk to or call about this?
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