Factsheets


Presenting Your Best Self to Employers

Your resume and your job interview serve as first impressions for a potential employer. Follow our tips to present your skills and experience—they may help you land an interview or job offer!

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Presenting Your Best Self to Employers Factsheet


Work Incentives for People Who Are Blind

Most people receiving a disability payment can access Work Incentives or employment supports, but some of the rules are more generous if your disability is blindness. For more information see this Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document about Social Security Work Incentives for People who are Blind.

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Work Incentives for People Who Are Blind Factsheet


Preventing and Managing Overpayments

Find out what it means to be overpaid by Social Security and discover what you can do to prevent it from happening. If you have been overpaid, our fact sheet can also help you manage the overpayment.

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Preventing and Managing Overpayments Factsheet


Impairment-Related Work Expenses

Social Security Work Incentives can help you through the transition to work and the move toward financial independence. In this Work Incentives Series fact sheet, discover what Impairment-Related Work Expenses are and how they may be able to help you pay for the items and services you need to be able to work if you receive SSDI or SSI.

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Impairment-Related Work Expenses Factsheet


Unincurred Business Expenses

Social Security Work Incentives can help you through the transition to work and the move toward financial independence. In this Work Incentives Series frequently asked questions, discover answers to popular questions about Unincurred Work Expenses and find out how this Work Incentive can help people who receive SSDI and want to pursue self-employment goals.

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Unincurred Business Expenses Factsheet


Plan to Achieve Self-Support (PASS)

Social Security Work Incentives can help you through the transition to work and towards financial independence. Discover answers to popular questions about one Work Incentive, the Plan to Achieve Self-Support (PASS), and find out how PASS can help you on the path to success.

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Plan to Achieve Self-Support (PASS) Factsheet


Planning Your Employment Goals with the Ticket To Work Program

When you work with a Ticket to Work service provider, they will help you develop a work plan that serves as a roadmap to your success. Learn more about work plans, such as what work plans include and what your responsibilities are in this Ticket to Work Frequently Asked Questions.

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Planning Your Employment Goals with the Ticket To Work Program Factsheet


Ticket to Work for America's Veterans

Social Security Work Incentives can help you through the transition to work and the move toward financial independence. In this Work Incentives Series frequently asked questions, discover answers to popular questions about Unincurred Work Expenses and find out how this Work Incentive can help people who receive SSDI and want to pursue self-employment goals.

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Ticket to Work for America’s Veterans Factsheet


Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act

Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 sets guidelines for federal contractors on employment of people with disabilities. In our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) resource, we share what Section 503 could mean for your job search and career path.

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Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act Factsheet


Finding an EN and Assigning Your Ticket Worksheet

Did you receive a list of service providers from the Ticket to Work Help Line or the Choose Work website’s Find Help tool? If so, this worksheet may help you call, email or visit Employment Networks (EN) to find one that is right for you. This worksheet gives you a list of questions to ask and space to write your answers, which may help you with your decision to assign your Ticket.

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Finding an EN and Assigning Your Ticket Worksheet


Debunking the Three Biggest Myths Factsheet

This factsheet is a resource for beneficiaries, to ease their concerns and create understanding about how participation in the Ticket to Work program works with their disability benefits. It can be printed from a standard office printer.

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Debunking the Three Biggest Myths Factsheet


Choosing the Right Employment Network for You

Social Security Work Incentives can help you through the transition to work and the move toward financial independence. In this Work Incentives Series frequently asked questions, discover answers to popular questions about Unincurred Work Expenses and find out how this Work Incentive can help people who receive SSDI and want to pursue self-employment goals.

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Choosing the Right Employment Network for You Factsheet