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Posted in: Benefits on June 3rd, 2015

disabilityIf you have managed to qualify for SSDI, you most likely no how difficult this can be. You don’t want to do anything to jeopardize your payments. Yet at the same time according to your health circumstances you may feel like you would want to try and re-enter the work force. The problem is if you come off SSDI and going back to work doesn’t work out then you need to reapply again and this worrisome.

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You may want to speak with a disability lawyer to find out what your rights are concerning trying to re-enter the work force. This way you are going to be far more confident. There is what is called a trial work period. What this does is allows you to dry working without it interfering with your disability income. You can either apply this trial to a nine month period that is consecutive, or it can be spread out over a period of 60 months. For example, you may trying working for 3 months then discover you are not well enough yet. So you wait a year then try again.

What constitutes a month is when a person earns more than $780. In a month or when a self-employed person has worked 80 or more hours in a month.

You should not have any difficulty with the trial work period opportunity. The government has implemented this to encourage those that are on SSDI to go back to work if possible.

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