Normally, people who are receiving Social Security disability benefits are getting them because they are unable to work. However, the Social Security Administration has special programs in place that encourage people to seek meaningful employment. The Ticket to Work program is a government-funded service that is designed to help Social Security beneficiaries find work. The Ticket to Work program has many great benefits that help disabled people find work.
If your Social Security benefits have been denied, however, you will not be eligible for this valuable program. The Indiana Social Security attorneys of Hankey Marks & Crider, can help you fight for the benefits you need, which will give you the privilege of enrolling into the Ticket to Work Program. Contact us at (317) 634-8565 to learn more about how our dedicated Social Security attorneys can serve you.
Receiving Benefits While Working
Through the Ticket to Work Program, Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income beneficiaries can receive assistance in finding meaningful employment that can help them wean themselves off of receiving benefits. People who participate in Ticket to Work continue receiving their Social Security benefits while they search for work and even after they find employment, if their income is less than a certain amount. This amount changes yearly.
While a person is a part of Ticket to Work, their disability status cannot be called into medical review. This means that the only thing that affects a person’s eligibility for benefits while participating in this program is the amount of money they earn.
If your Social Security benefits have been denied, the Indiana Social Security lawyers of Hankey Marks & Crider, can help you appeal the court’s decision. Contact us at (317) 634-8565 for a free case evaluation.