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September 8, 2017

Simply saving up money in an account for the child will disqualify him for all Supplemental Security Income program benefits if the account holds more than $2,000. Some well-intended families want to help their loved one who has disabilities and are surprised to find that the money they've donated to a fund in that person's name actually cuts off benefits.

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abra klinger
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Port Orchard, Washington based newborn photographer, serving the greater Kitsap County area. Offering newborn (my favorite!), maternity, kids (watch me grow) and family sessions.

 

Reach out if you're interested, have a question, or just want to say hi — I'd love to chat! 

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