Many people have questions about the difference between Social Security and Supplemental Security Income-SSI benefits programs. SSA administers SSI, disability, retirement, and survivor benefits programs. The U.S. Department of Treasury then issues payments to beneficiaries each month. Taxes are used to fund these programs, but SSI is needs-based. Other
Many disabled people ask, “Is it possible to live on Social Security Supplemental Security Income?” Most people who receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) agree that living on Supplemental Security Income is very difficult but not impossible. SSI is a financial program designed to assist disabled low income individuals. If
If you’re disabled and in need of financial support, or if your disabled dependent child needs additional care and/or services, Social Security’s Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program may be able to help. Not everyone qualifies for SSI because it is a financial needs-based program for disabled adults and children.
Social Security disability programs are frequently confusing to many people. Parents of special needs children often ask questions about the differences between the Supplemental Security Income program (SSI) and the Social Security Disability Insurance program (SSDI). The short answer is that SSDI doesn’t directly provide financial support to parents