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Barbara McKinley
over 6 months ago

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I am new to jobcase. I am trying to find something I can do virtually. My social security doesn't cover all my bills so I need to find a job that I can do. Can I get help here to work with the In Home Testing Career?

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Edward Hazel
over 6 months ago

Choice to make

I am receiving SSDI, and I want to work full-time as a means to become self-sufficient without financial and medical insurance support of the Social Security Administration. The problem is I may have to take a part-time position and risk earning just enough to be above the SGA (Substantial Gainful Activity) as described by the SSA and the Ticket To Work Program. On the one hand, if monthly earnings remain below $1,130, then SSDI monthly payments will remain intact, however, I have already accumulated two months of excess earnings toward my nine month trial period which means I have a total of seven in which earnings may exceed the SGA over a five year period.

For me, working full-time without the benefits of Social Security is the ultimate gift of accomplishment

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over 6 months ago

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Ralph Disney
over 6 months ago

Requesting social security number

I am just aghast at how many potential employers are demanding my social security number to be simply entertained for a potential job. I will not provide my social security number unless there is a job offered. I already have had two attempts in the last two months at identity theft. A potential employer is not going to offer me any assistance if my social is stolen and I now have to deal with that after being unemployed since November of last year.

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Laura Chitester
over 6 months ago

If I could just decide

Like most of you I am job hunting. I went on social security disability in 2003, had multiple surgeries which caused more pain and problems but finally had reconstructive surgery in 2016. It has lessened my pain so I feel like I can work a little to supplement my income. I’m blessed to have a wonderful husband who has been responsible for most of the bills but now I want to help ease his stress. Here’s my dilemma. Because of the income restrictions ss has( and I’m not saying they shouldn’t) I can only make a small amount of money. I have a job currently working from home but I get yelled all day by clients. I have an extensive background in customer service and HR so that’s my wheelhouse. My problem is do I look for just a job or do I get in PT in a position that leads to advancement down the line if in fact I can physically come off ss and work full-time? I am also deciding about WAH and brick and mortar. I can’t lose my benefits until I’m sure I can in fact work but having a good income would make my husband’s life easier. I’ll take advice from anyone that wants to reply but please do not accuse me of milking the system. I don’t have to work, I want to work. BTW. I am 52 and aware that my age and gaps in employment since I got hurt will be red flags. Thanks for reading.

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Bob Zuniga
over 6 months ago

Bob My title is SIR- I guess

Do not trust Social Security they tried to sucker me into accepting lesser payments when I retire, and refused to say whether or not it is legal for employers to demand my age and social numbers saying only "it varies from state to state".

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Terence McManus
over 6 months ago

About leaveing my job.

There is a good chance in May of this year I will quite my job and start to draw my S/S. I will turn 66. I will be livening off my S/S mainly. I can make it. But it will be tough. My work place with out going into to much detail. Is a very toxic, stressful and etc place to work for. So my question is this. If I decided to say look/get a nother job. Say three, six and etc months down the road. What does even one think I should put on the job application why I lefted my previous job.

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over 6 months ago

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I got discontinued from my job last year after working for them for 10 years. I am 63 and have been looking for work ever since March 2016. First my unemployment ran out then my savings - now I am on Social Security but it is not enough to live on. I have no insurance and was told I am a Diabetic 3 day after I lost my job. I have been looking for an Accounts Payable job or any office job which is what I did before. I just recently moved to KC,MO because there were no jobs where I lived before. I do not have an established network. Can anyone help me out. I can do just about anything and will forward a resume if you think you can help me.

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over 6 months ago

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Scott Foory
over 6 months ago

What's my limit?

It seems that social security is not to my benefit at all. At 67, I finally decided to take my retirement, only for it to be a headache. The money I receive does not help much at all, my apartment takes a good chunk of it. Thankfully, I am still working my part time job, but now I am thinking I will never stop working.

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