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Overpayment of Gov't Benefits

How To Appeal A Claim Of Overpayment

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If you believe that Social Security's claim that you were overpaid is incorrect, but Social Security doesn't agree, consider filing for an appeal.

The process is the same as that in appealing denials of Social Security benefits. The first level of appeal is a Reconsideration.

Accumulate all documentation that supports your position, then follow the instructions for appeals. Watch deadlines to make sure you take action on a timely basis. If you don't, you can lose your right to appeal.

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