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Fast Facts About the Student Earned Income Exclusion (SEIE) Work Incentive from the Social Security Administration

Updated as of June 18, 2024. Only for Students Who Receive SSI Exclusions from income Check out the  Student Earned Income Exclusion (SEIE) entry in the Bridges Resource Library NOTE: The SEIE is taken off BEFORE any other exclusions. This means that expenses like transportation, meals at work, taxes withheld, etc. are NOT excludable in […]

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Choosing Your Email Client

Updated as of June 17, 2024. Here are some tips on choosing the email client (or clients) that work best for you. The Email Combo Think of choosing an email client as somewhat similar to choosing a meal at a restaurant. Most of us have more than one device we use on a regular basis […]

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Email on the Go with iOS Mail

Updated as of June 17, 2024. Let’s explore iOS Mail, Apple’s email app. Email Lingo These terms will probably be used elsewhere in this series, so here’s the difference between an email client and an email provider: We have a choice of which client to use, no matter where are email account is stored. We’re […]

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Looking Out for Outlook Email

Updated as of June 17, 2024. Let’s explore a common email client for Windows desktops and laptops: Microsoft Outlook. What is Outlook? Outlook is part of the Microsoft Office suite. This means that it comes standard with many personal computers (PCs). So, if you have Word, Excel, and PowerPoint installed on your PC, you already […]

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It’s a Website, It’s an App, It’s an Email Provider… It’s Gmail

Updated as of June 17, 2024. Let’s tackle the omnipresent (though maybe not omnipotent) Gmail. Gmail: Then and Now Gmail has long been (and continues to be) one of the most popular providers of email accounts for all users, blind/low-vision and sighted alike. For many years, it was regarded as one of the most accessible […]