Don’t confuse SSI with SSA
Do you know the difference between the Supplemental Security Income program and the Social Security program? Your Social Security benefits provide partial replacement income for qualified retirees and disabled individuals, as well as for their spouses, children, and survivors. The benefit amount someone receives is based on their earnings history, the year they were born, and the age when they start to claim Social Security. The Supplemental Security Income program provides monthly payments to adults and children with a disability or blindness who have income and resources below specific financial limits. SSI payments are also made to people age 65 and older without disabilities who meet the financial qualifications. Read the article here … for more details
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