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SSI Break-Even Deeming Chart Available

March 1, 2008

Author: Catherine M. Callery (Kate)| Louise M. Tarantino

The 2008 version of the SSI “Break-Even” Deeming chart for is now available at www.empirejustice.org.  This handy guide allows advocates to tell at a glance whether a parent’s or spouse’s income will make a claimant ineligible for SSI, and the extent to which it would reduce monthly benefits.  Remember that this chart only takes into consideration the federal benefit rate, not the New York state supplement.
 

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