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  Congressional Attention to Overpayments Senators Co-Author Bipartisan Letter to SSA: Limit Harms Caused by Overpayments and Protect the Most Vulnerable On November 28, Senators Maggie Hassan (D-NH) and Bill Cassidy (R-LA) of the Senate Finance Committee penned a letter urging the Social Security Administration to act to prevent overpayments and reexamine the

On Thursday, October 26, NOSSCR took a major step forward in our work, testifying before the House Ways and Means Committee on behalf of our members and your clients. We brought forth simple, actionable, commonsense changes to SSA’s application procedures that would reduce processing time and actually save agency resources. Those changes include: Eliminating reconsideration. We advocate for

June 8, 2023 NOSSCR’s Media Monitoring aims to keep its readers informed about the latest updates, trends, and discussions happening in social security in adjacent spaces. Stories, columns, or other pieces included in media monitoring do not reflect the views or opinions of NOSSCR as an organization. CAMPAIGN 2024 2024 Republican Candidate Mike

A child may be eligible for benefits based on a parent's work record By BARBARA A. FRIEDBERG Social Security is usually associated with monthly payments to retirees. However, there is another important facet of Social Security benefits—providing financial assistance to children. Children may qualify for benefits if a parent is retired, disabled, or deceased. Children