What is the Supplemental Security income (SSI) Program?

"The Supplemental Security Income Program makes cash assistance payments to aged, blind and disabled people (including children under age 18) who have limited income and resources. The Federal government funds SSI from general tax revenues.  Title XVI of the Social Security Act authorizes SSI benefits."

Supplemental Security Income overview
Understanding Supplemental Security Income
Questions on Supplemental Security Income

Supplemental Security Income Employment Support

Work Incentives Information
Earned Income Exclusion
Student Earned Income Exclusion

Plan for Achieving self-Support (PASS)
Continued Medicaid Eligibility
Continued Payment Under a Vocational Rehabilitation Program
Property Essential to Self Support
Questions on Hearings and Appeals

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