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    Default What Happens if "Fair Share" of Monthly Household Expenses Exceeds Monthly SSI

    My 18-year old disabled son just began receiving SSI payments. We are completing the Statement of Household Expenses & Contributions to see if he can increase his SSI payment from $522 to $783 per month. If his fair share of monthly expenses is more than the higher SSI amount, will he be denied and stay at the lower SSI amount? Is there a range that qualifies him to receive the higher amount?

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    Default Re: What Happens if "Fair Share" of Monthly Household Expenses Exceeds Monthly SSI

    Anything he pays less than the full share will reduce his SSI back down toward the 2/3 ($522) amount. It won't go below $522 (at least not for that reason).

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