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Receiving SSI Payments?

Can a mother's children still get SI payments from their father even if she makes $60,000-$70,000 a year?

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July 16, 20150 found this helpful

Only the Social Security Administration can answer your question. You can make an appointment at your local SSA and bring copies of all pertinent papers.

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July 18, 20150 found this helpful

Probably not, they will count your income until your child with a disability turns 18. At that point they don't. They count 2/3 of any child support you receive for the child, minus $20. The maximum payment amount is $733 currently, and if your income, including child support among other things exceeds this amount (s)he wouldn't be eligible for SSI.

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In my opinion you are just being greedy.

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