When the Social Security Administration (SSA) deems income or resources, it is saying that some of the income and/or resources of another are available to the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipient or applicant.
Deemed income or resources can cause an SSI applicant or recipient to be ineligible for SSI benefits.
Deemed income can reduce the SSI cash benefit of an SSI recipient.
SSI applicants or recipients who are under age 18 may have income and resources deemed from their parents. (See Parental Deeming.)
SSI applicants or recipients who are married and living with a spouse who does not receive SSI may have income or resources deemed from their spouses. (See Spousal Deeming.)
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