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Substantial Gainful Activity From Self-Employment

On Behalf of | Jul 31, 2015 | Social Security Disability

Social Security Ruling 83-33 provides that work will be considered substantial gainful activity if it meets one of three tests: 1) Rendering significant services to or receiving substantial income from a business; 2) Comparing the work to perform to that unimpaired people in similar business or occupations; 3) What is the value or worth of the activity being performed.


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