Stop the $30 payments per month that are paid to newborns who reside in hospitals. Many children/families who receive the $30 payment would otherwise not qualify for benefits because the family may have excess income/resources. This is not true for all families. Still, instead of paying families $30 while the child is still in the hospital, they should only be entitled the Medicaid ONLY!
LIMIT THE AMOUNT OF SSI MONEY PAID OUT TO CHILDREN PER HOUSEHOLD. FOR INSTANCE, MANY FAMILY MEMBERS HAVE MULTIPLE PREMATURE CHILDREN WHO ALL RECEIVE MONTHLY SSI BENEFITS. THIS PRESENTS A HUGHE FINANCIAL BURDEN ON THE AGENC,Y AS IN THE CASE OF MULTIPLE CHILDREN PER HOUSEHOLD WHO ONCE RECEIVED STATE WELFARE FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES. THE DEP'T HUMAN SERVICES CHANGED THEIR LAWS AND SO SHOULD SSA.
There is a lot of Fraud, Waste and Abuse within the Social Security Administration. There are many types of overpayments that I see as a Teleservice Representative on a daily basis, such as the following:
1. There are those receiving Social Security Disability who forget or don’t tell the SSA that they are working and “we” find out through the IRS or other means (fraud investigation).
2. People do not tell... more »
After it has been determined (by following proper procedures) that an individual is no longer entitled to benefits because he/she was placed in N05 or N20, their benefits should not be repaid for past months. Instead, once the individuals cooperates or are reinstated, then their payments should began with the current operating month. I believe The Dep't... more »
There are currently thousands of field offices that service the public. There are only a hand... more »
1) offering a 32-hour work week to anyone in SSA that chooses it. It is imperative that there would be a guarantee of NO LOSS IN STANDING of any kind. Benefits must remain the same and there must be no risk to the security of one’s position by accepting the reduced hours and resulting... more »