Social Security and SSDI benefits are distributed by the Social Security Administration (SSA) on the last three Wednesdays

of the month, depending on your birthday, but an eligible individual cannot receive both benefits at the same time.

Depending on their age, an individual filing for Social Security retirement benefits in 2022 can receive the most per month.

A person who files at 62 can get up to $2,364 per month.

If you file at full retirement age, which is typically 66 and a set number of months or 67

You can receive up to $3,345. If you wait until 70, you can receive up to $4,194.

Those who claim Social Security after 1997 are on the same payment schedule as SSDI claimants.

The SSDI monthly earnings limit is $1,350 for most claimants, but that figure is raised to $2,260 if the beneficiary is blind.

The application should be withdrawn if the beneficiary is blind.

A complete withdrawal is also an option.

It's only available if it's been less than 12 months since you decided to claim it.

In order to reverse your decision, you will need to repay all the benefits you received.

You can contact the Social Security Administration (SSA) by phone or in writing to suspend or withdraw your application.

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