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


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Even if you earn above Supplemental Security Income (SSI) limits and thus no longer qualify for benefits, you will remain covered by Medicaid so long as:

(1) You're still disabled, and
(2) You cannot afford similar coverage
(3) You depend on the Medicaid coverage to work.

Ask your Social Security representative what's the maximum amount of income you can earn in your state before you lose Medicaid coverage. Or contact your local Medicaid office through offsite link.

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