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Tampa, FL (Law Firm Newswire) August 31, 2015 - An audit report released on July 1 reveals that the Social Security Administration (SSA) has overpaid almost $17 billion in disability benefits over the past decade, with some individuals still receiving ...
Law Firm Newswire · 8/31/2015
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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
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
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Daily Herald · 12/14/2014
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — The Social Security Administration is overpaying big sums of money to disability beneficiaries — and lawyers, consumer advocates and watchdogs say the agency’s own missteps are to blame. Long after notifying …
Fox 8 Cleveland · 10/29/2013
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Americans dealing with injuries, mental illnesses and other impairments are being notified out of the blue that they’ve been overpaid by the Social Security Administration and now owe thousands of dollars. One 33-year-old …
Fox4kc · 10/28/2013
WASHINGTON — Social Security made $1.3 billion in potentially improper disability payments to people who had jobs when they were supposed to be unable to work, congressional investigators said in a report Friday. The Government Accountability Office ...
The Christian Science Monitor · 9/16/2013
Simply add the amounts of Social Security withholding reported by each employer on your W-2s and subtract $6,621.20. The result goes on this line, to be included in your total tax payments.You also can claim the overpayment if you file the shorter Form …
Yahoo Finance · ByKay Bell · 3/22/2011
The program's financial problems go beyond the issue of overpaymentsSocial Security disability has paid out more in benefits than it has collected in payroll taxes every year for the past decade. But concerns about waste, fraud and abuse are ...
The Business Insider · 6/6/2015
A spokesman for the Social Security Administration says the agency has a high accuracy rate for its payments and a comprehensive debt collection program for overpayments.
WWLP 22News · 6/6/2015