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Adding hours at my job gave me $120 more every month in wages, but my SSI was only reduced by $60, so I am coming out ahead.

Vanessa C.
Nashua, NH

Resources & Links


The publication "What You Need To Know about Social Security Work Incentives: The Basics" provides essential benefits information and includes several calculation worksheets that service providers can use to assist consumers to understand the impact of earnings on Social Security Benefits.


Information on SSI and Medicaid for Transition Age Youth:

The transition process officially begins at age 14 ½, at which time the student, family and school need to ask ‘How is the student going to access health care and have some financial security, when the student turns 18 and/or graduates from school to the adult service world?’  Click Here for Questions and Answers regarding New Hampshire Youths.


Click here for links to other useful websites.