A common question that many people who are SSDI or SSI benefits are what will happen to their disability payments once they reach retirement age. If you qualify and receive SSDI, some or all of your monthly payments may be converted to retirement benefits once you reach retirement age. Please note that the total amount of benefits should remain the same. You have to notify the SSA immediately if your payment goes up, you will be responsible for repaying them if any excess money is awarded to you in error. If you qualify and receive SSI, you might be able to keep some or all of your monthly benefits. However, this all depends on the amount of your retirement benefit. If your retirement benefit increases your monthly income, some or all of your need-based SSI payments might be decreased or even discontinued.
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