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You'll have to provide the Social Security Administration with a copy of your husband's death certificate. That will stop the payments on his account. It also will trigger a notice of overpayment on the account. Do you …
Yahoo Finance · 21 hours ago
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Every year, thousands of people receive larger benefits from the Social Security Administration than they're legally entitled to. And although this may seem like a great deal for the recipients, the reality is that it can come back to haunt them.
The Motley Fool · ByJohn Maxfield · 10/25/2014
Elizabeth Siener was shocked by a notice from Social Security asking her to repay more than $11,000. The Social Security Administration is overpaying big sums of money to disability beneficiaries -- and lawyers, consumer advocates and watchdogs say …
CNN Money · ByBlake Ellis · 10/29/2013
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of the Affordable Care Act amended the Social Security Act to establish the so-called 60-day rule.[1] The 60-day rule requires individual and institutional providers to report and return an overpayment of Medicare or Medicaid funds no later than ...
Law 360 · 1 day ago
But after Konopka’s death, Phillips continued to have access to her mother’s checkbook and repeatedly withdrew direct-deposit overpayments from the Social Security Administration, according to a prosecution document. Phillips drafted at least 16 …
Portland Press Herald · 5/21/2015
The government says he was overpaid roughly $100,000. The Social Security Administration is seeking to recoup the overpayment from Ashley's father, but he's only paying them $50 a month. So now Ashley says …
KTBS · 5/21/2015
The Social Security Administration agreed with the report and promised to update pension amounts as necessary and establish applicable overpayment and underpayments. In the meantime, what should you do if you …
Investment News · ByMary Beth Franklin · 5/19/2015
After she died, Phillips continued to have access to her mother's checkbook and repeatedly withdrew direct deposit overpayments from the Social Security Administration.
NECN · 5/21/2015
When a child's parent dies, he is eligible to receive Social Security benefits up to the age of 19, as long as he is enrolled in an elementary or secondary school full time. Unfortunately, the program is flawed: according to a new audit report from the ...
National Center for Policy Analysis · 12/29/2014
After she died, Phillips continued to have access to her mother's checkbook and repeatedly withdrew direct deposit overpayments from the Social Security Administration. The Franklin resident faces up to 10 years in federal prison and can be fined as much ...
Associated Press · 5/21/2015