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Return To Work As A Self-Employed Person -- Impact On Benefits

Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

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As a general matter, the amount of your check from SSI will decrease by the amount of your new income.

Some of your income may not be counted to reduce your SSI payment. For example, if you have a Plan for Achieving Self-Support ("PASS").

If your health condition worsens so that you have to stop working and your income decreases, your benefit will revert to what it was before you tried to return to work. If that happens more than 12 months after SSI payments have stopped, you may have to file a new application in order to receive benefits.

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