SSDI and owning property

According to a supervision report, “The SSDI module is an insured module that provides advantages to people who have paid into a complement and accommodate certain smallest work requirements. The SSI program, in contrast, is a means-tested module that does not have work or grant requirements, though restricts advantages to those who accommodate item and apparatus limitations.”

In other words, there are no item boundary for a SSDI module like there are for SSI and Medicaid. As such, a home can be owned undisguised or transferred, such as to a trust like we have mentioned.

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