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By Chad H on Sunday , April 27th , 2014 in / No Comments
At Step 1 of the Five Step Sequential Evaluation Process Social Security considers your work activity since the date you allege you became disabled. If you are earning Substantial Gainful Activity (SGA), Social Security will deem you not disabled regardless of any medical condition, age, education and work experience. Part-time work may be considered SGA if the amount you are earning per month exceeds the limits set by Social Security.
Substantial Gainful Activity or “SGA” is a term used to describe a level of work activity and earnings.
Please note that Social Security periodically changes these amounts. These amounts are only applicable to monthly earnings in the years listed.