Ayers, Whitlow & Dressler
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Ongoing Trial Work

Even after the end of a trial work period, you have additional rights that last for another 36 months. During this "re-entitlement", you are eligible for benefits from social security for any month in which you do not work enough to reach the substantial gainful activity level. All you need to do is notify social security of this fact and your benefits are supposed to be automatically paid. If you notify social security of a return to work, please request a receipt from them so that there are no questions down the road as to what you've done that you've fulfilled your legal obligation.

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301 South McDowell Street
Suite 410
Charlotte, NC 28204

Phone: 704-594-4317
Fax: 704-339-0172
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