What is SSI?
SSI is supplemental security income. That is the portion of the social security disability system that is set up for people who have not worked five out of the last 10 years and put money into the system through their wages. This is also equated to the welfare system portion of the Social Security Administration. If you are found to be disabled based on your medical impairments, you could qualify for SSI and be given a … Right now it is approximately 700 dollars a month in monthly cash benefits in addition to be qualified for Medicaid so that you can obtain medical care.
- Do People Need To Quit Their Jobs In Order To Receive Disability Benefits?
- What Are Some Medical Sources That Are Used To Prove A Disability?
- Who Determines Reconsideration For SSD Benefits?