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Q: Hi, I have to give back money to Social Security. It is money that I don't have. I feel it's not my fault.

I have reported my income each month like I'm supposed to do.

Katelyn M. Burke answered on Apr 9, 2019

You have a few options here. If you do not think you were overpaid, you can request a reconsideration of the determination. If instead, which it sounds like here, you believe you may have been overpaid, but it is not your fault, you can ask for a waiver of the overpayment and complete SSA Form 632,... Read more »

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Q: how hard is it to collect ssdi at 62

Katelyn M. Burke answered on Apr 9, 2019

Assuming you can establish that you do have severe medical conditions, one hurdle you will need to get over is proving that you cannot do your past relevant work. Unlike for a younger individual, once that is established, the kinds of jobs Social Security Administration will tell you to go get... Read more »

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