Just because you are drawing Social Security disability benefits doesn’t mean that you are completely unable to. The devil is in the details though. The catch is that while you cannot effectively full time, you can part time as long as you do not make too much money.
Working While Receiving DIB Benefits
For DIB recipients who are blind, the monthly work-related income limit is $1,970 for 2018. For those receiving benefits for the rest of the disabling ailments out there it is currently $1,180 per month.
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