I am sorry to read about your difficulties.
If you receive benefits from a job where you did not contribute to the Social Security system and also receive Social Security benefits, the benefits you receive from the job where you did not contribute to the Social Security system may unfortunately reduce the amount of Social Security benefits that you are receiving pursuant to the Windfall Elimination Provision. This is the current law that applies to everyone except those who are specifically excluded such as the following:
• Federal workers first hired after December 31, 1983;
• those who were employed on December 31, 1983, by a nonprofit organization that didn’t withhold Social Security taxes from their pay at first, but then began withholding Social Security taxes;
• their only pension is for railroad employment;
• The only work they performed for which they didn’t pay Social Security taxes was before 1957; or
• They have 30 or more years of substantial earnings under Social Security. For more information on the Windfall Elimination Provision, click here.
Social Security Administration calculates the "windfall" amount based on the benefits that you report from the other job. So, if you think this amount is not correct, you need to provide Social Security Administration documents to show the correct amount. It is prudent to go into your local office of Social Security to get this straightened out.
If you have appealed and you have not heard anything, you need to make sure that you are doing it correctly. You need to Request for Reconsideration first. Then if your request is denied, you have to appeal to the Administrative Law Judge. You need to use the appeal form to appeal. It is prudent to complete this form and go to your local office and submit it. Click on the respective links for the forms to use to Request for Consideration along with the form to appeal to the Administrative Law Judge.
Goodluck with your case,