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Is the disability from a private employer?
If it is from a private a private disability plan, you are able to work and still receive insurance benefits at the same time. Your private disability plan pays residual benefits to you if your income falls by 20 percent or more due to your disabilities. Generally, residual benefits amount to 50 percent of your full monthly disability payments.
it should not be a major issue,
unless your income is very high, it should not hurt your private insurance payments
if you have government disability your income must be reported, and they could reduce your government benefit
your income limits are set to no more than $1,000 a month before your Social Security benefits are affected.
You can call social security toll-free at 1-800-772-1213 (
if it is private you should be fine,
if it is government disability they have income limits,
You need to contact your HR of the employer to contact the private disability insurer
no, private insurance companies are different, and usually will adjust the payment to what your former salary was not the social security $1000 per month rule
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