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The Suffolk Lit Lab has developed a form to help people on SSI or SSDI create a letter to report changes to Social Security that might affect their benefits and to avoid any possible overpayments. For more information, visit their website here:
If you need help with an SSI or SSDI overpayment issue, you can complete a form asking Social Security to waive repayment or lower the rate of repayment of the overpayment. For more information and a self-guided tool, please visit the Suffolk Lit Lab's website here:
Social Security income is a lifeline for most seniors. Because it is considered so essential for survival, it has traditionally been protected from attachment by creditors. However, there are some exceptions.  Please review the guide below for more information.
The Social Security Administration manages Social Security benefits. Social Security is a federal program providing benefits to eligible workers and their families when the worker retires, becomes disabled, or dies.

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