Most people who collect SSDI will receive benefits indefinitely, but some life events can cause the SSA to
terminate payments.

If you receive disability benefits, you could stop receiving payments for reasons like:
Going back to work: The most common reason for SSDI termination is the beneficiary returning to work.

SSDI benefits are reserved only for people unable to engage in what the SSA describes as “substantial
gainful activity” (SGA). For 2023, the monthly SGA limit is $1,470, but blind individuals can earn up to
$2,460 per month without exceeding the SGA limit.