Three Month Grace Period

October 25, 2015 - Less than a minute read

In the context of Social Security Disability Insurance, the three month grace period is that period between the 9 trial work months and the Extended Period of Eligibility. This period follow the first month when an individual’s wages reach or exceed the Substantial Gainful Activity level. An individual receives full Social Security Disability Insurance payments regardless of the amount of his or her wages during this brief period