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Social Security + Royalties

I just received my first ever royalty check. Will this affect my Social Security benefits? Thanks.
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When you receive more than $60 per quarter from unearned income such as mineral royalties, your SSI benefit will be adjusted. In most cases, the excess royalties will be subtracted, along with all of your other earned and unearned income, from the current federal benefit rate. If your income -- including your royalties - exceeds the federal benefit rate, you will be ineligible for SSI for that month. Depending on where you live, your state supplemental benefits could be affected similarly.
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