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1 Answers. Asked on Apr 21st, 2017 on Social Security - New Jersey
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my blind 34 yr old daughter has had her SS benefits stopped b/c she earned too much money
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Answered on May 02nd, 2017 at 6:55 AM

There are strict income levels with SSI.  If your daughter earns too much money - it will affect her benefits, and you need to monitor what she is receiving.  If it exceeds the amount, the income can be placed into a trust. 

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