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By this time he will be getting ready to get his ssa. If i don't apply my daughter will get the 50%.husband has pension too 3,300 monthly .the amount I'm getting now we have almost 80,00 yrs income instead of less..should i left all 50% for my daughter for the sake of yearly income thanks My benifits comes on the 3rd of the month and I get a small check on the 1st the person that I will marrie gets no bebifits and we will be married before he is eligible for his by 1 year and 5 months how would marriage effect was with only my income Hi Fayette, If you are on SSDI, then getting married will not affect your benefits. Home I fell an hurt my back an at that point home health fired me due to getting hurt an getting money I guess. I still say the government should give me some money back for that.

If you receive SSI benefits, once you get married, the SSA will “deem” a portion of your spouse’s income to your record. They weren't suppose to do that we are both disabled an all.

Hi, I’m Rob Gaffney a full time professional magician based in Alton Hampshire, UK.Essentially, this means that they will consider your future husband or wife’s income to be your income as well.This may significantly reduce your monthly payment or even cause the SSA to terminate your benefits altogether.Learn more about spousal deeming and how it will affect your SSI benefits, here: Spousal Deeming.If you receive SSDI on your own earnings record, getting married will have no impact on your benefits—no matter how much money your future spouse earns.

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