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  • Can I Reapply for SSI?
    Can I Reapply for SSI?

    Suppose you applied for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) a few years ago and you were denied. You assumed there was nothing else you could do, so you threw in the towel. Now, you are still disabled ...

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  • About Supplemental Security Income
    About Supplemental Security Income

    What is Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and who can get it? Like Social Security Disability , SSI is administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA); however, the two programs are not the ...

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  • What's the Difference Between SSDI & SSI?
    What's the Difference Between SSDI & SSI?

    In the United States, we have two large federal programs that provide financial assistance to people with disabilities. These programs are the Social Security Disability program and the Supplemental ...

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  • What is Supplemental Security Income?
    What is Supplemental Security Income?

    If you are disabled and your medical condition prevents you from working, you may be interested in learning about which benefits are available for people with disabilities. The two programs available ...

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  • SSI Disability Income Limits: What Is Considered Income?
    SSI Disability Income Limits: What Is Considered Income?

    For 2014, the federal benefit rate (FBR) is $721 a month for an individual, and $1,082 for a couple . This FBR describes the maximum benefit payment, as well as the income limit for Supplemental ...

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  • Special Senses and Speech Disability: How Does The SSA Evaluate Visual Disorders?
    Special Senses and Speech Disability: How Does The SSA Evaluate Visual Disorders?

    The SSA defines a visual order as an "abnormality of the eye, the optic nerve, the optic tracts, or the brain that my cause a loss of visual acuity or visual fields." In order to be considered blind, ...

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