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Social Security Ruling 83-33 states that for work to be considered substantial gainful activity it must meet one of three tests. The first test focuses on accountable earnings. It is often possible that out of pocket medical care can be deducted in many situations from accountable earnings. The second and third tests for substantial gainful activity focus on comparison with the work performed to that of unimpaired people in similar business and occupations.