SSDI: People fined up to $ 435,000 for social security errors
SSDI: People fined up to $ 435,000 for social security errors

SSDI: People fined up to $ 435,000 for social security errors

About 100 Americans will be fined up to $ 435,000 after receiving Social Security disability benefits, or SSDI, for which they were not eligible.

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This happens after the Inspector General’s investigation that enforced the fines.

Among those facing the fines are low-income, disabled and elderly Americans.

These people probably do not have the finances to pay the fines.

Who was fined for collecting SSDI?

According to The Sun, The Washington Post reports that a New Jersey woman risks a $ 435,000 fine.

Apparently, she saw $ 47,000 in benefits when she failed to report a $ 120,000 house she inherited from her father.

She also failed to report car loans she co-signed for her children.

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This was on the advice of her lawyer.

Another Chicago woman was fined $ 132,000 after raising $ 10,618 in SSDI.

Another woman received payments after her husband’s death, not knowing it was for anything else.

The SSA fined her $ 119,392 despite being three times what she received due to the administration’s mistake.

Payment dates for social security, SSI and SSDI in June

Her monthly check for $ 704 is now being garnished because she cannot pay that amount back.

A total of 83 people were charged with a total of $ 11.5 million.

In 2017, only $ 700,000 in fines were given to Americans.

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