You can work and make up to $750.00 a month before it may have an effect on your Social Security Disability Income benefits. If you start collecting Social Security Disability Income benefits and begin earning $750.00 in a month it will trigger a trial work period. A trial work period consists of nine (9) months (which do not have to be consecutive), over a five (5) year period, were you can work and earn any amount. Once you use up the nine months you could loose your benefits depending on the amount you earn.
If you have questions about either Social Security Disability Income (RSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) contact Meyer, Puklich & Merriam at 952-444-9920 or visit us at www.meyerpuklich.com.