Longitudinal Statistics for New Supplemental Security Income Beneficiaries
Publisher: Washington, DC: Mathematica Policy Research
Nov 30, 2012
Using Social Security Administration data, this paper presents findings from a longitudinal analysis of the extent to which new Supplemental Security Income (SSI) disability beneficiaries return to work and use SSI work incentives. Longitudinal statistics show that more than 8 percent of those first awarded SSI benefits as adults in 2001 had their benefits suspended due to work for at least a month by December 2007.
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