Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Benefits Calculator
See how working will affect your SSI benefits
As a member working on a TE or an SE there may be a change in your SSI check.
Please use the calculator below to calculate how your benefits will be
Things to Remember:
- • Get a “Start Letter” for any new job at the Employment Resource Center.
- • Turn in copies of your pay stubs to the Social Security office monthly.
- • If you do not bring in pay stubs and/or start letter you may get over paid by social security and receive an overpayment.
- • Get a “Stop Letter” when you are coming off a job or placement from the ERC.
Other effects of working:
- • Working may reduce your Food Stamps if you are making more than $150 a month.
- • Working may affect your rent if you are in Supported Housing Apartment.
- • Working will not affect your Medicaid but if you lose all your SSI due to work you will need to fill out a form called Medicaid for Working People with Disabilities.