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... More »

The Supplemental Security Income resource limits for 2014 were $2,000 for individuals or $3,000 for a couple. The monthly federal payment standard was $721 for an individual and $1,082 for a couple with a 1.5 percent cos... More »

The income limitations for claiming SSI for a disabled child vary by whether all income is earned or unearned, how many parents are in the household and how many ineligible children are in the household, according to the... More »

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