Under certain circumstances, you may not be eligible for a period of your claim or you may be entitled only to partial benefits. SDI will determine whether or not benefits must be reduced. The types of income shown in the following list should be reported to SDI even though they may not always affect your benefits. Failure to report your income could result in an overpayment, penalties, and a false statement disqualification.
- Sick leave pay
- Paid Time Off
- Self-employment income
- Military pay
- Wages, including modified duty wages
- Part-time work income
- Workers' compensation benefits
- Insurance settlements
- Holiday pay
In addition, your benefits may be reduced because of a prior Unemployment Insurance, Paid Family Leave, or DI overpayment or for delinquent court-ordered support payments.
Benefit Interruption and Termination
A “Notice of Final Payment” will be issued when records show you have:
- been paid to the physician's/practitioner’s estimated date of recovery or care no longer needed for Paid Family Leave. If you are still disabled or the need for care has been extended, ask the medical provider to complete and mail the “Physician’s Supplementary Certificate” (enclosed with the Notice of Final Payment).
- Recovered, stopped providing care, or returned to your work. If you return to work and become disabled again or there is a need to provide care, immediately submit a new claim form and report the dates you worked.
- SDI Online
- Disability Insurance Automated Phone Information System
- Paid Family Leave Automated Phone Information System
- Disability Insurance Office Locations
- Paid Family Leave Office Locations