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Published by Dept. of Health and Human Services, Social Security Administration, Office of Management, Budget, and Personnel in [Baltimore, Md.?] .
Written in English


  • Insurance, Disability -- United States,
  • Supplemental security income program -- United States

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Edition Notes

SeriesSSA pub -- no. 24-020, DHHS publication -- no. (SSA) 24-020
ContributionsUnited States. Social Security Administration. Office of Management, Budget, and Personnel
The Physical Object
Paginationca. 81 p. :
Number of Pages81
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14911814M

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Supplemental Security Income Program (SSI) The SSI program makes cash assistance payments to aged, blind, and disabled persons (including children) who have limited income and resources. The Federal Government funds SSI from general tax revenues. Many states pay a supplemental benefit to persons in addition to their Federal benefits. This publication informs advocates & others in interested agencies & organizations about supplemental security income (SSI) eligibility requirements & processes. It will assist you in helping people apply for, establish eligibility for, & continue to receive SSI benefits for as long as they remain eligible. This publication can also be used as a training manual & as a reference tool. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a Federal income supplement program funded by general tax revenues (not Social Security taxes): It is designed to help aged, blind, and disabled people, who have little or no income; and. The Social Security Disability Insurance program celebrates its 50th anniversary in As part of the Social Security Administration's recognition of this milestone, the agency's Office of Policy compiled these Trends in the Social Security and Supplemental Security Income Disability volume combines much of the information on SSA's disability programs that is available in.

The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program pays benefits to disabled adults and children who have limited income and resources.. SSI benefits also are payable to people 65 and older without disabilities who meet the financial limits. People who have worked long enough may also be able to receive Social Security disability or retirement benefits as well as SSI.   Supplemental Security Income (SSI) provides minimum basic financial assistance to older adults and persons with disabilities (regardless of age) with very limited income and resources. Federal SSI benefits from the Social Security Administration are often supplemented by state programs. How Is SSI Funded? As an entitlement program, SSI benefit is available to anyone who meets its eligibility requirements. However, unlike Social Security (which is financed by dedicated payroll taxes), SSI is funded from general revenues.. At a cost of just over $50 billion in the fiscal year , SSI constitutes a small portion of the federal budget — percent of total spending that year. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) This booklet explains what Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is, who can get it, and how to apply. For. information specific to you, talk with a Social Security representative. The Social Security Administration manages the program, but SSI is not paid for by Social Security taxes.

The SSP is a state funded cash assistance program for certain clients who the Social Security Administration (SSA) determines are eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI). For more information, see EA-Z Manual - WAC What is Supplemental Security Income. The program that offers hospital coverage (Part A) and optional supplemental medical coverage (Part B) to Social Security disability beneficiaries 24 months after entitlement to benefits. More recently, Medicare has added the Medicare Advantage option (Part C), which offers beneficiaries the opportunity to participate in private plans, and.   SSI is a separate program from Social Security income benefits for retired or disabled people. For the year , SSI pays a maximum of $ per month to .   The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program offered by the Social Security Administration helps older and disabled people who have a low income and limited resources. While it is oftentimes thought of in conjunction with Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), it is actually a wholly different program. It isn’t difficult to apply for SSI, but the bar for entry to the program is.