If you will receive SSI, then you can receive $20 per month in unearned income before the offset occurs or $100 in earned income before a partial offset occurs.
If you will receive SSDI or RIB, then those answers do not apply. SSI is the welfare component of the Social Security Act. DI (disability insurance benefits) or RIB (retirement insurance benefits) are the types of benefits that are "earned" by paying FICA taxes.
To add to the previous answer, if you have unearned income, your SSi would be reduced $1 for $1 for any unearned income after the first $20 each month. For earned income, it's $1 for every $2 earned after the initial amount that is allowed. Check with your local social security office.
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