Supplemental Security Income or SSI is designed to help the aged, blind, and disabled who have little to no income. However, in order to qualify for SSI, a person must have limited resources and limited income. The monthly benefit received with SSI depends on a person’s household income. Once approved for SSI, any changes in income need to be reported to Social Security as it could affect the amount received or eligibility for SSI.

Common changes those receiving SSI must report to Social Security:

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