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Where can you find the SSI limits for 2014?

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The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) limits for 2014 can be found on the Social Security Administration website. This can be found in several places on the website including the 2015 press release for the years changes and research, statistics and policy analysis section of the website. According to the Social Security website, the limit was $1,070 for non-blind recipients in 2014.

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Blind recipients are allowed to earn more before their benefits are effected. These people can earn up to $1,800 per month. These amounts can change yearly as cost of living changes and the government adjusts limits and monthly payments to keep recipients up to date with the cost of living.

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