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Disability Insurance: Work Activity Indicates Certain Social Security Disability Payments Were Potentially Improper
Stephen M. Lord (au)
The Social Security Administration (SSAńˇ╗s) Disability Insurance (DI) program is the nationńˇ╗s largest cash assistance program for workers with disabilities. Though program rules allow limited work activity, some work activity indicates beneficiaries are not disabled and therefore not entitled to DI benefits. Consequently, SSA might overpay beneficiaries if the agency does not detect disqualifying work activity and suspend benefits appropriately. This report studied potential DI overpayments. It examined the extent to which (1) the National Directory of New Hires (NDNH) indicates that individuals received potential DI overpayments; and (2) SSAńˇ╗s enforcement operation detects potentially disqualifying work activity during the waiting period. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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