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Can I receive Social Security benefits and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits?

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Yes, you can receive SSDI benefits and SSI benefits at the same time. If you’re disabled and you worked very minimally during your life and I see this a lot with stay-at-home moms and that sort of thing who become disabled later on in their work life and their SSDI payments are less than $770 a month. Then SSI will kick in if they’re disabled to bring them up to that threshold of $770 or more. It changes from time to time, so this is by the time somebody sees this, there might be a higher amount, but essentially $770 a month right now. If your SSDI is less than that, your SSI will kick in to make up the difference