Can i work if drawing disability?

Answer yes, but you are required to report your income to the social security office so that they can adjust your benefits to the amount you make while working

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Can a person work if they are drawing disability from Social Security?

Social Security (SSI) recipients are encouraged to work if they are capable. A person drawing disability from Social Security can work for a trial work period without limits on his earnings, after ... Read More »

Could you collect disability if your employer does not provide disability it and your work requires you to be on your feet and have to have foot surgery and be off work for two months?

There are two ways that a person can receive Disability benefits: from Social Security and/or from an employer or individual Disability policy. If your employer does not provide Disability insuran... Read More »

Requirements for Drawing Social Security Disability?

When a person cannot work to support himself, he sometimes turns to the government for financial help. Social security disability benefits paid by the federal government can be a lifesaver for som... Read More »

Can you apply for Social Security Disability while drawing unemployment compensation?

Generally speaking, no, you cannot receive unemployment benefits after you apply for social security disability. This is because you have to be looking for work and just can't find any to draw unem... Read More »