I'll considder that sean, ---- right now I'm at the heavily deffinitiojnal end of my thesis, --- trying to establish all the ground work for the sort of principles I'm trying for.

Blind people are also exempt from jury duty here too, ---- it's just the inability to save, and the laws concerning bennifits which are such a nightmare as I've outlined.


Either way, sinse this is Ot I'll stop.

Beware the grue!

Dark.
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hmmm.
i have not touched this but we have laws that make us exempt from jury duty for instance and other things.
Its sertainly a fearer system.
Supprising than the us or uk, I think that its ok if your spouse is blind and you have blind childrent o though I only had one cast but it seems that we have a semi fearer system as supposed to others. on that note we are going way off topic, dark if you want to take anything up with me then I think we better go off list.
At 04:46 p.m. 23/11/2009, you wrote:
Maybe it would be worth me looking into the law in newzealand for my thesis, sinse it does seem a better model on this point.

Beware the Grue!

Dark.
----- Original Message ----- From: "shaun everiss" <shau...@xtra.co.nz>
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aah I understand
we had this issue and had to fight for it but we get exempt on the grounds that if something happens or if we need extra stuff we can or something to that effect. Interestingly enough people in the us and uk seem to have a few more issues than here. we seem to have got over most of our stereotypes and things which shouldn't bee, I mean we are a small country so exactly why small places get this quicker when we have less people is beyond me.
At 04:24 p.m. 23/11/2009, you wrote:
Hi Shaun,
Yes, there are benifit restrictions. It depends on if the person is on SSI or SSDI. In either case there are some restrictions involved. I can't quite remember the exact amounts, but if I'm correct here is how it works for those people on SSI. You can make up to $80 per month without it effecting your SSI benifits. After that you lose a dollar for every two dollars you earn, or something like that. After a certain point Social security cuts the person off at the knees as he/she is making too much to qualify for the program. Plus he or she must turn in their income to the IRS for tax purposes, and the IRS takes their cut of what you made. Failing to inform Social Security and the IRS of your earnings can actually cause the person involved owing both the IRS and Social Security Administration money. Not to say the least the person can do some serious jail time. So making money especially, unreported money, while on SSI can be a serious problem. I'm going to assume here Jim is on SSI or SSDI. Either way for him to take money under that kind of arrangement is very problematic. SSDI is more flexable, but there are still restrictions involved there too.

shaun everiss wrote:
what, why not afford to make ny cash do you have benifit restrictions like damien does? In new zealand to some extent we are exempt from said things, ofcause if we are earning a million bucs then maybe that would go away but hmph.


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