Who is Eligible for Supplemental Security Income?
The SSI program has strict limits on the amount of income and assets you can have and still be eligible. These limits are different for an individual than for a married couple. As a single individual, you must have less than $2,000 in resources, own only one car, and own only one home. If your assets exceed these limits, you are not eligible. If you are married, you must have less than $3,000 in resources and own only one car and only one home, which must be your primary residence. It is possible for someone to be eligible for both SSDI and SSI. If you are unsure of whether you meet these requirements, call or message Pond Lehocky Disability today.