Can I Qualify for Both SSDI and SSI Disability Benefits? Part 1
Very few people can qualify for Supplemental Security Income and receive a tiny amount of Social Security Disability Benefits if they worked in the past. When applying for both Social Security Disability income and Supplemental Security Income Benefits is name a “concurrent claim.”
In certain situations, you can collect Social Security Disability Income and Supplemental Security income Benefits at the same time which is called concurrent benefits. Which can happen when your disability application is approved for SSDI and SSI and get a low monthly payment. Getting a low SSDI payment is caused by not working enough years or made low wages.
Qualifying for Supplemental Security Income Benefits
In order to receive Social Security Disability Income payment including Supplemental Security Income payment, and unearned income must be less than $733.00 per month. This is SSI income limits which are somewhat complicated, nevertheless, in some states, the income limit is higher if you work and making some money a different limit applies. However, the Supplemental Security Income program has asset limitations.
Now if your assets and income are low enough in order to qualify for SSI and worked long enough on your job that paid taxes into the Social Security Administration system to qualify for SSD Insurance and not likely to get both benefits at the same time. Please………
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