EMPLOYMENT - HEALTHCARE/WORK INCENTIVES
Medicaid Work Incentive Network (M-WIN)
M-WIN is a work incentive for people with disabilities or chronic health conditions. It allows individuals who work, to pay a monthly premium and keep or obtain Medicaid healthcare coverage.
Social Security Administration "How Work Affects Your Benefits"
A Social Security Administration booklet to help you understand how working will affect your Social Security retirement or survivors benefits.
Social Security Administration "Reporting Wages For People Who Receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI)"
A guide to assist representative payees and beneficiaries in reporting monthly wages to the Social Security Administration when a person receives SSI.
Social Security Administration "The Ticket to Work Program and Other Work Incentives"
A Social Security Administration booklet to help you understand your "Ticket to Work" and other work incentives.
Social Security Administration "Working While Disabled – A Guide to Plans For Achieving Self-Support"
A Social Security Administration booklet to help you in understanding "Plans for Achieving Self-Support (PASS)".
Social Security Administration "Working While Disabled – How We Can Help"
A booklet from the Social Security Administration to assist you in understanding work incentives and your "Ticket to Work".
Social Security Administration "Your Ticket to Work"
If you?re an adult age 18 through 64, and you get disability benefits, you qualify for the Ticket to Work program.
Social Security Administration Choose Work Website
The web site challenges willing SSI and SSDI beneficiaries to "Choose Work" by participating in the Ticket to Work program and using other SSA Work Incentives.
Social Security Administration Redbook – A Guide to Work Incentives
A guide to work incentives as well as the employment-related provisions of Social Security Disability Insurance and the Supplemental Security Income Programs.
The Benefits Planning Query (BPQY)
The Benefits Planning Query (BPQY) is part of the Social Security Administration?s (SSA) efforts to inform Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) beneficiaries and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients about their disability benefits and the use of work incentives. A BPQY statement contains detailed information about the status of a beneficiary's disability cash benefits, scheduled medical reviews, health insurance, and work history. In essence, the BPQY provides a snapshot of the beneficiary's benefits and work history as stored in SSA's electronic records.
Work Incentive Planning and Assistance (WIPA)
WIPA disseminates accurate information to Social Security beneficiaries with disabilities about work-incentive programs and issues related to such programs, to enable them to make more informed decisions regarding work.