I was on SSDI FROM APRIL 2004
Until my first retirement Ck 4 2021
I had a payee in my SSDI. Would like to know why and what diagnosis was given
My son after his fathers death took over
He is now telling that since he is still a payee. I can’t get ahold of doc sec I have left my number 26 times stayed on hold for 2 hours
To find this out. If I want to purchase a car. Is he legally liable for my debt which I have perfect credit
I have also received a letter from social security wanting the funds returned. I have saved it in a account but it is attached to mine. We have just taken me off her account so she is the sole owner.. I can transfer these funds to her account. Would that make these funds safe from being returned?
I have deposited some Social Security Disability benefit funds into a MOST 529 Education Plan for my daughter. She turns 18 tomorrow and like the previous question to you, we received the conserved funds to be returned back to SSA letter. Since this education plan is only to be withdrawn for educational purposes (we have to pay the school directly), there is a huge penalty for withdrawing for non-educational items. Should this account be transferred directly into my daughter's name as payee and beneficiary to stop SSA from wanting those funds back?
can a relative (mom) threaten to take control of my SS if they say I'm not responsible enough. Info about me I am 43 yrs old born with spinia bifida. Live with mom, sister (45) her bf and their 2 kids. I use my own money to pay our cable, phone, internet, trash bill and half the cell bill and occasionally help with electric bill. My own basic needs (clothes, shoes, shower stuff, diapers, pop, snacks). Help buy dinner groceries. Loan my sister money.
My son was born in the us 1979 at an early age I had to send him to my parents so I can work, he is grown now, I use to get an allowance for him monthly but since he was not in the us , I stopped getting it does he have retro money's waiting to be collected. I have his social security card.
I am the payee of my daughter’s survivor benefits. She was in the social services system (CPS) for 18 months and now currently back in my custody. Social services said that they are entitled to a portion of her benefits but when she was returned to my custody she did not have any back payments issued. I have called SSA but they said they could not find who was the payee during those 18 months. I’m wondering what my next steps are. Thank you
Can I pay my phone bill with my childs ssi ? We have alot of appointments so was wandering is it was we kinda need the phone
I assume you mean that you are the representative payee for your child. Your responsibility as a representative payee is to use your child's benefits for his or her current needs, and save any remainder for future needs. If the child lives in your household, you can use the child's benefits to pay for his or her reasonable share of household expenses.
Hi Larry, my brother recently passed away, and I have legal custody of his two daughters. However the girls mother fraudulently filed for his death benefits, as well as their monthly benefits. I took custody of the girls 2 months after he passed away, and their mother, and her mother filed on the two girls behave. They continued receiving their benefits for a total of 5 months, four of which I had custody. The final court order indicates that their mother, and her mother owe us over $27,000 in Social Security benefits that they received, and shouldn’t have had.
I am retired and we have adopted our two granddaughters. I am receiving social security for myself and both my granddaughters. I don't understand why I am receiving their social security also and how I am supposed to use it. Am I supposed to give it to them, save it for them or use it to help raise them? My granddaughter thinks they should get it to spend or save however they want. She doesn't think we should use any of it for monthly expenses, etc. Your help would be appreciated.
We have had a young man living with us since the death of his father. We are friends, not legal guardians. His father died when he was 16. He is now 18 and has asked his mother for his survivor benefits. She had never told him what his monthly payment was, but after he turned 18, he received his first check on his own for $986. When he asked his mother for the rest of his money, she claimed that there was only $3,000 of the roughly $24,000 that he should have had.