Thursday, 21 December, 2017
NDI and ADEN Release Wage Reporting Fact Sheet for SSI and SSDI Beneficiaries
The American Dream Employment Network (ADEN), a division of National Disability Institute (NDI), recently released a Wage Reporting Fact Sheet for Social Security disability beneficiaries receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and/or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. The purpose of the fact sheet is to help SSI and SSDI beneficiaries, who start or return to work, meet the wage reporting requirement set by the Social Security Administration (SSA).
The fact sheet provides an overview of wage reporting with tips and information on when and how to report earnings. It is important to report earnings monthly. However, reporting methods may differ depending on the type of benefits received. For SSI, the best way to report earnings is by using the SSI Telephone Wage Reporting automated phone system at 866-772-0953, or by using the SSI Mobile Wage Reporting app at http://bit.ly/1LZRSF7. For SSDI, report earnings each month to SSA through a “my Social Security” account. To create a new account, or to access a current account, visit www.ssa.gv/myaccount.
A copy of the Wage Reporting Fact Sheet is available for download on ADEN’s website at bit.ly/WageReportingFactSheet or through NDI’s Employment Resources Library. For more information about ADEN, an approved SSA Ticket to Work Employment Network, please visit ADEN’s website.