What’s the Difference: SSI and Social Security Disability?

The Social Security Administration (SSA) offers two types of disability benefits: SSI, which stands for Supplemental Security Income, and SSDI, which is Social Security Disability Insurance. While both of these programs are designed for disabled individuals, their eligibility requirements and benefits differ significantly. Here’s a rundown of these two programs, and what you should do next if you think you’re eligible! http://www.fool.com/retirement/general/2016/03/25/ssi-vs-ssdi-understanding-the-key-differences-in-s.aspx