Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a program that gives money to people who don't have much income and resources. It helps older people, as well as blind or disabled individuals, including children.
If you work in a sheltered workshop and receive SSI, it's important to report your wages electronically each month. This helps make sure you get the right amount of money on time.
To report wages, you need to give the Social Security office a file with your name, Social Security number, and how much money you earned.
Contact your local Social Security office to set up a meeting and learn how to report your wages electronically. Remember to send your reports as soon as your monthly pay is done, but no later than the 10th day of the following month.
Last Reviewed: July 14, 2023