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I need to to either go right in or make an appointment with

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I need to to either go right in or make an appointment with Social Security.A year and a half a go, I received a ltter saying I owed them 11,000.00. This was unreal for me, as I need the SS for income.I filed a claim, filed another claim later with my income and answered the questions they required and on September 16, I got a letter that was dated October 15th, that I will not receive any SS until October 2017.There has never been a number or any kind of communication that they were evaluated my claim, only on this last Friday, I got this letter.I am extremely upset. I have heard that if this happens, one can make payments, or fight it. This was not my fault. What do I do now? Help
Submitted: 2 months ago.
Category: Social Security
Expert:  ABC Accounting Group replied 2 months ago.

Hi. Just confirming - is this regarding Social Security Disability? Thanks.

Expert:  ABC Accounting Group replied 2 months ago.

There are some outlets - one is you can make a claim for reconsideration; the form is via the following link:

https://www.ssa.gov/forms/ssa-561.pdf

Expert:  ABC Accounting Group replied 2 months ago.

You can ask them to waive the overpayment or ask for a payment option:

https://www.ssa.gov/forms/ssa-632.pdf

Expert:  ABC Accounting Group replied 2 months ago.

After you submit both or one of the forms - Social Security will stop recovering the overpayment until thy have made a decision on your request.

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