Social Security claw back policy numbers - Newsweek

This year, the Social Security Administration has come under scrutiny by Congress and the media for its clawback policy. Social Security clawback policy is when the program, by administrative error, has overpaid recipients; the agency then collects the overpayment by withholding benefits. When testifying in front of Congress, Kilolo Kijakazi, the acting commissioner, stated that 1 million people are overpaid yearly; however, the records show it’s actually double that amount. Khaleda Rahman reports on how many people have received overpayment notices. Read Ms. Rahman’s article here…

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