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

What Happens To Public Benefits Such As Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Medicare Or Medicaid If I Have To Stop Working Again?

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Unfortunately, even when people give it their best, it is not always possible to remain at work. Fortunately, most benefit programs account for this situation.

Most public benefits programs provide generous trial work periods to encourage people to return to work. The odds are that new benefits or a continuation of existing benefits will start almost immediately if you have to stop work again.

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