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I make $1301.70 gross on SSI disability. Could I have a part

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I make $1301.70 gross on SSI disability. Could I have a part time job.If so what would be the maximum I could make and not affect the current benefits
Submitted: 25 days ago.
Category: Social Security
Expert:  emc011075 replied 25 days ago.

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It does not matter how much you work (full time or part time) as long as you do not make more than $1,130/month on average, or 13,560/year. But if you regularly make more than $810 (trial work), SSA can re-evaluate your case to determine if you are still eligible.

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