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Can Social Security stop you from working

1 Answers. Asked on Jul 17th, 2015 on Social Security Disability - Washington
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I take SSDI and for a while i was trying to work. Then I went back to school and sometimes I looked for work but I am having problems finding it. I had problems dealing with DVR and such programs, and I found them hard to work with. SS won't talk to me about it, but I want to find work and get off of SSDI!!!
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Answered on Aug 14th, 2015 at 7:13 AM

I applaud you for your goal and want you to achieve it.

First, thoroughly review http://www.socialsecurity.gov/disabilityresearch/workincentives.htm 

You must realize that cooperating with authorities is critical to your success in achieving your work goal. Working within the system can optimize not only working, but your receipt of benefits while working.  It is essential to report any work activity to SSA as required.

Hang in there!  The process seems to grind against you, but you have to go with the flow.

No attorney-client relationship has been established because of the information provided. Seek local counsel to address your particular facts. MJHJ

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If you're suffering from a disability that prevents you from working, you may be entitled to benefits under Social Security disability insurance (SSD or SSDI). Social Security disability attorneys can work with you to file your application for benefits. Because the Social Security Administration routinely denies the majority of initial claims, your SSD lawyers can also prepare for your hearing before an administrative law judge, attend all hearings, advocate on your behalf and file an appeal if your application has been denied. Hire an SSDI law firm as soon as you need to apply for SSDI. The faster your application is approved, the more quickly you will begin to receive benefits.
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