The PASS is a powerful work incentive that allows SSI recipients to exclude income and/or resources that would otherwise be counted in determining SSI eligibility. If used for approved goods or services, the money set aside in a PASS will not be counted by the SSI program. This then allows the individual to become eligible for SSI, retain SSI eligibility, or become eligible for a larger SSI check.
Build best practices by learning what workers with disabilities shared about disclosure pros and cons. Results of a survey by the Cornell University ILR School and the American Association of People with Disabilities will be discussed by the researchers.
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