Does anyone know when you should start applying for SSI?  My son is 15 and we don't qualify, because of our salary.  My understanding is, when our son turns 18, he will qualify for ssi on his own.   Is this correct?  Any information would be most appreciated.

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That's an excellent question.  If you find the answer, please post it.   

 


Prasad Surampudi said:

If there is 529/Educational IRA  money (dmd son is the beneficiary), will it count towards $2000 limit for Medicaid? I am saving some money for his college  and should I transfer that money to my non-dmd son

 

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http://www.thefreelibrary.com/UTMA+AND+529+Accounts+for+a+child+wit...

 

The link provides a lawyers interpretation about the 529 question through a small case study.  I was curious myself so I thought I would look it up.

Great info. This answers the question. Thank you.

Do SSI recipients get any tuition waiver? Is it state specific or limited like only state or county colleges?
Voch rehab will help with tuition, your son needs to have less than $2,000 at all times in order to qualify.

Prasad Surampudi said:
Great info. This answers the question. Thank you.

Do SSI recipients get any tuition waiver? Is it state specific or limited like only state or county colleges?

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