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Thank you for the information and your question. Yes, you must report any earnings from work, even if they fall below the SGA amount. There is no danger of losing your SSDI benefits as long as your earnings are below the SGA and your condition has not changed to a degree that would make you ineligible from a medical perspective. There is actually a grace period for a few months if your income does exceed the SGA. You can read the SSA and an independent guidance about this issue at the following links:
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You're question has come back to me as if you sent a reply, however, I do not see that you posted anything. Did you have a follow up question for me?