You can work and apply for social security disability benefits so long as you’re not engaged in what’s defined as substantial gainful activity. Substantial gainful activity means that you’re not earning income of greater than a $1000 to $1100 a month. If you’re earning more than that at your job you won’t be successful with your disability claim.
Can I Work and Apply for Social Security Disability Benefits?
Social Security Disability Blog Posts:
When you become disabled, you may be forced to deal with a patchwork of benefits, including Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), Supplemental Security Benefits (SSI), short-term disability
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