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Commissioner of Social Security shall decrease any payment

With respect to payment to a person of more than the correct amount, the Commissioner of Social Security shall decrease any payment under this title to which such overpaid person is entitled, or shall require such overpaid person or his estate to refund the amount in excess of the correct amount, or shall decrease any payment under this title payable to his estate or to any other person on the basis of the wages and self-employment income which were the basis of the payments to such overpaid person, or shall obtain recovery by means of reduction in tax refunds based on notice to the Secretary of the Treasury as permitted under section 3720A of title 31, United States Code[52], or shall apply any combination of the foregoing

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3 Responses to I am disabled, received benefits when my father died, My mother died……….

  1. Your Social Security check will decrease if you owe certain debts like back taxes or student loans.
    An increase in your income often decreases your Social Security benefits.
    Taking your Social Security benefits early can reduce your payments by up to 30%.
    Triggered by higher income, a higher Medicare premium can diminish your monthly Social Security check.

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