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What is considered a resource for SSI purposes?
For SSI purposes, a resource is any of the following owned by you (or your spouse, if any): cash, liquid assets, and real or personal property that can be converted to cash to obtain support and maintenance. If you have the right, authority, or power to liquidate the property, it is considered a resource.
Last Revised: March, 2001
- What are resources?
- What is NOT considered a resource?
- Assistance Related to Disasters
- Ownership of Resources
- Life Insurance
- Liquid and Non-liquid Resources
- Wages for Social Security Purposes
- How are resources counted?
- What are resource exclusions?
- Is your SSI eligibility affected if you dispose of a resource below its market value?
- What is NOT income for SSI purposes?
- Resources Affected by a Disaster
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