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Chart To Track Trial Work Months - Employees

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Work Begins: For each month you work, select the month and year work begins from the pull-down menus in "Work Begins" to create a row for each of the next 12 months. When you've filled up these months, the computer will create new rows.

Gross Earnings: Enter your gross earnings for each month in which you work.

Work Incentives: Enter the Amount of any credits such as IRWEs, Subsidized Earnings, Student Earned Income Exclusion, Blind Work Expenses and payments into a PASS plan.

Net Income: This column will automatically compute your net income for each month.

Trial Work Program Month: This column will automatically keep track of your trial work months. Once you have accumulated 9 Trial Work Months, this column will read "No SSDI" for any month in which your net income is greater than $900 in 2007.

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