Working After Receiving Social Security Disability Benefits

Working After Receiving Social Security Disability Benefits

  • You can work Limited Hours after receiving Social Security Disability Benefits
  • You cannot have a Monthly Gross Income that is higher than $770
  • If you continue to make more than $770 a Month, Social Security will cut off your Benefits after 9 months
  • It is possible that you will be Liable for an Over Payment, which means that you will have to Reimburse the Social Security Company of Money that you have Received

This short informational video was provided by Anne Howard, an Experienced  Connecticut Social Security Disability Attorney.