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What they mean by non-medical is that they are going to ensure that you have the proper work credits to qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance
(SSDI). SSDI is the insurance
you pay for every time your employer takes FICA tax out of your paycheck. Simply put, to qualify for SSDI, you must both have worked at least 10 years in your life, and have worked for 5 of the last 10 years before you became physically disabled. Assets and family income are not considered for SSDI – the only thing that counts is “active” income (earnings from working). Passive income (such as from investments, or rental income, for example) does not affect your entitlement to SSDI.
So they have determined that you are physically not able to work any longer, but they are going to want to ensure your work credits and that you are in fact no longer "actively" working. You will not have an issue with your passive income interfering with your qualification for benefits.
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