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December 2014 | VOLUME #112

Social Security's Student Earned Income Exclusion Program


The Student Earned Income Exclusion (SEIE) is a work incentive and support that allows certain Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients under the age of 22 who are regularly attending school or training to exclude a specified amount of gross earned income per month, up to a maximum annual exclusion amount. The SEIE decreases the amount of countable earned income, thus permitting SSI recipients to keep more of their SSI check when they work. In many cases, it allows students to test their ability to work without experiencing any reduction in their SSI check at all. For 2014, SSI recipients under 22 and regularly attending school can exclude up to $1,750 a month in earned income, up to a maximum of $7,060 for the year. Learn more...

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The IRS is asking for input on what programs they are offering are most beneficial to employers. Please assist us in responding to the survey. NOTE: This would be the place to discuss an IRS representative being allowed to attend education conferences offered by the State to its political subdivisions.