Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a monthly cash payment to qualifying individuals with disabilities, based on financial need. While it often forms the foundation of their financial security, its requirements are both strict and complex. Even attorneys who don’t routinely deal with public benefits may get confused. So it’s not surprising that mistakes get made and recipients may find themselves receiving notification from the Social Security…
Avoiding SSI Reductions When An Adult With Disabilities Lives With Family
By Neal A. Winston, CELA
When individuals with disabilities live with family members, it can complicate their eligibility for Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Since SSI’s monthly cash payments are meant to pay for food and shelter, contributions from others for such living expenses may reduce SSI or could disqualify the beneficiary completely.
With planning, that can be avoided. SSI rules are complicated,…
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For those who are receiving Medicaid (MassHealth), the chart below outlines the key numbers to know for 2017.
If you have any questions about what these numbers mean or would like more information on qualifying for MassHealth, please feel free to contact us.
|Community Spouse Resource Allowance:||2015||2016||2017|
|Resource Allowance for Individual:||$2,000.00||$2,000.00||$2,000.00|