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The SSDI program does not put a limit on the amount of assets or unearned income you have. However, unearned income [such as your rental income] should still be reported [i.e identify the source and amount of all unearned income], regardless of whether it is excluded from your benefit payments calculations.
So, yes you will need to report it but this should not cause you to lose your SSDI benefits.
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Eligibility for Medicare does not have specific income limits; although your income may impact some premiums and deductibles that might be required for Medicare Parts B and D. So, you may have to report the rental income for Medicare purposes. You should check with your provider on this.
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