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Hello, I have a part-time job that I like, but I was wondering if working part-time, making around $650 a month, makes it more likely that I will get the long-form, and if it is then more likely that my disability will be ceased? Is it safe to continue working this job, or would you be leary of that? At my last review I had been working for about two years, but I'm wondering if the continued employment will make them say I have medically improved. I need to keep my disability, because it's not possible for me to work full-time. Thanks!
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Hello, I have a part-time job that I like, but I was wondering if working part-time, making around $650 a month, makes it more likely that I will get the long-form, and if it is then more likely that my disability will be ceased? Is it safe to continue working this job, or would you be leary of that? At my last review I had been working for about two years, but I'm wondering if the continued employment will make them say I have medically improved. I need to keep my disability, because it's not possible for me to work full-time. Thanks!
Well I have been on SSDI for 14 years, got the short form 3 times, another time simple review and they did nothing, and once the long form and had to see someone who represented SS he was a Dr.

A few times they did send a pamphlet to tell me telling me I could work and gave the regulations, and the amounts...I would bet that pamphlet is on their web site?
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If you are working regularly making $650 a month, your benefits won't be ceased because you have gone over their earning limits, however it does make you much more likely to get a long form CDR. That doesnt necessarily mean that the long form will lead to your benefits being ceased either. It really depends on your case, what your limitations are, what your disabilities are, what kind of job it is and what kind of physical, and psychological demands the job has that shows what you are capable of performing.

There is no simple answer to that question.
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