How Many Disability Beneficiaries Forgo Cash Benefits Because of Work? Evidence from a New Measure
AbstractThis issue brief summarizes findings from a longer report by Mathematica's disability experts, who used a new indicator to determine how many beneficiaries receiving Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income forgo cash benefits because of work.
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Disability Beneficiaries; Cash Benefits; Social Security Beneficiaries; SSI; DI;
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