There are a number of resources available to people with disabilities who are interested in returning to work, but are unsure how working may impact their SSDI or SSI benefits, or other benefits they may receive.
If you are looking for employment, there are a number of services and resources that may help you find the position that best meets your needs, including career centers.
BenePLAN and Work Without Limits have developed a wide range of Fact Sheets that range in topic from Social Security Work Incentives, Health Insurance including Medicare and Medicaid, and Self-Employment.
BenePLAN y el programa Work Without Limits (Trabajo Sin Límites) ha desarrollado una gran variedad de hojas informativas que usted puede utilizar. Se extienden en temas de Incentivos Laborales del Seguro Social, Seguro de Salud, incluyendo Medicare y Medicaid, y Trabajo Independiente.
Find out about various agencies and supports for people with disabilities who are interested in employment.
Discover what health insurance options are available for individuals with disabilities, and how going to work may impact their benefits
Learn more about affordable and accessible housing options.
There are a number of resources providing legal information and advice to people with disabilities — at low or even no cost.
Public Benefit Programs
Learn about the public assistance programs available to Massachusetts residents.
Social Security Programs
The Social Security Administration has a number of resources and tools available, including reference guides and work training initiatives.
Tax Information for People with Disabilities
The IRS has posted an online resource for People with Disabilities that contains information about itemized tax deductions for medical expenses, the Earned Income Credit and the new ABLE Accounts that will be helpful when preparing annual tax returns.