Ask Social Security Questions and Get Answers ASAP
Hello and thank you for your question.
I assume you are on social security disability but have returned to work.
You will get a trial work period that is for nine months. After that, they will generally pay you for two additional months before you are no longer entitled to benefits. This is regardless of what you make.
If you are reporting your earnings each month as required, then you really shouldn't run into any trouble. I suggest calling them once you have passed your 9 month mark and again at the 11 month mark because they can cancel your payment going forward so you don't owe anything back.
I say this because I just went through this process with a family member. We successfully received all payments we were entitled to, had to pay nothing back, and all went well.
Best of luck!
... I see you are past 11 months. Yes, all you can do is keep telling them what you've made and that you don't think you are entitled to benefits. What a mess, I know. I suggest saving the money they are overpaying you and documenting the fact that you are sending them your earnings.