If one has been determined to be disabled but they feel at some point that they can go back to work and make as much or more money than they were getting under social security disability or they are the kind of individual that presses on as best as they can and believes that they can get out the system, they can try to work. Social security encourages that and allows for a trial work period. You can go back to work, you can try it, you can work two or three months, you can work nine months and see whether or not if you test the job market that you can really continue to work and get out of the system. They allow without prejudice a trial work period.
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