Policy and Practice Brief: Self-Employment and the Benefits Planning Process
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Ridgely, Mary; Malloy, JoAnne; Ferrell, Connie
Many individuals with disabilities choose self-employment as their vocational goal which poses some interesting issues for the benefits planner. This brief explores the SSI and SSDI policies and procedures regarding self-employment and implications for benefits planning practice.
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