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Working While Applying For Social Security Disability Benefits 

 April 21, 2008

By  Brian

I’m often asked about applying for disability benefits and working?
As the rules go social Security (SSA) allows you to apply for disability if your monthly earnings are less than $940.00 / month.

However in my opinion working and applying is the proverbial dammed if ya do and damned if ya don’t scenario. Because if your working even little it gives SSA an argument that you could do some job full time.

Even disability representatives have a difficult time winning these cases! To maximize your chances of winning I suggest that its best to apply when you are not working.

Helping You Win Disability Income!

Brian Therrien

Ps. Tune in to my next post about preparing your case while still working.. meanwhile get some more secrets to help you with your case here

Brian


My name is Brian Therrien, and I'm a professional researcher. So when a number of my friends went through unexpected downturns in their life and required disability assistance, I left no stone unturned to try and help them. At first, I was concerned with how to qualify for disability, ... but as I learned more about the system, I realized that people also really needed help with getting approved, maximizing their benefits, and most importantly, supplementing their income without losing their benefits when they were ready to transition back to the work force. That's why when you subscribe to my FREE disability newsletter you'll get concrete help with ALL the issues you'll encounter in the disability system

Brian Therrien

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