Some of the millions of people who get monthly Social Security or Supplemental Security Income benefits need help managing this money. A person assigned to help you manage your monthly benefits is called a representative payee. We may decide you … Continue reading →
While getting treatment for a treatment-resistant mood disorder, Cherie received free career counseling, computer skills training and advice on job accommodations through the Ticket to Work program. A firm believer that employment played a role in her long-term recovery, Cherie traded in her SSDI benefits for a bigger paycheck.
Many people working nowadays have more than one job. This means they have several sources of income. It’s important to keep in mind that having multiple sources of income can sometimes affect your Social Security benefits; but, it depends on … Continue reading →
Thinking about your employment goals for the New Year? If you're working with a Social Security Ticket to Work service provider as you pursue work, you may have heard of Trial Work Period, Trial Work Period amounts, and Substantial Gainful Activity. In this blog, we take a look at these 3 topics and share the latest updates to them.