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Amy mommy of 4 Due June 27 (boy); 51 kids; Arlington, Washington 361 posts
2nd Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting HopingforaMiracle:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Chelsea Dawns Mama:</b>" What difference does it make on what ... [snip!] ... get SSDI you can potentially receive more a month than $690 that is the most you get for SSI. I apologize yet again for that."</blockquote>




Isn't there a state one and a federal one? Maybe that's why I don't get ssi cause I get close to 900 a month? My friend gets 1200 a month and gets 400 per child. I worked all my life and I only get 15 dollars per child. I know it depends on how much you put into your soc sec account through your life through workIng. Like my dad gets 2400 a month. But he retired. But my friend gets so much more then me and she is the same age and we had the same career I don't get any of it.

HopingforaMiracle 1 child; USA 23061 posts
2nd Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Amydb:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting HopingforaMiracle:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Chelsea ... [snip!] ... he retired. But my friend gets so much more then me and she is the same age and we had the same career I don't get any of it."</blockquote>




I don't know about that. I know I get more than $900 a month and I make too much. Being retired is a different thing I believe. My therapist is over 65 and she gets SSI every month but she still works. I believe it's just different if you get SSI with being disabled, spouse passes away, parent passes away or retired.