#21 Jan 31, 2014
LINK , yes , yes , see , told you , and you can directly nail and nail and nail as you hold direct legal documents as you listen to skunk mouth SSA administration frauds directly employed right through SSA trying to lie as you skunk them under on direct displays.
#22 Jan 31, 2014
ZU, jump over , one sec, Dave Camp, Michigan, Chairman
Sam Johnson, Texas Sander M. Levin, Michigan
Kevin Brady, Texas Charles B. Rangel, New York
Paul Ryan, Wisconsin Jim McDermott, Washington
Devin Nunes, California John Lewis, Georgia
Pat Tiberi, Ohio Richard E. Neal, Massachusetts
Geoff Davis, Kentucky Xavier Becerra, California
Dave G. Reichert, Washington Lloyd Doggett, Texas
Charles W. Boustany Jr., Louisiana Mike Thompson, California
Peter J. Roskam, Illinois John B. Larson, Connecticut
Jim Gerlach, Pennsylvania Earl Blumenauer, Oregon
Tom Price, Georgia Ron Kind, Wisconsin
Vern Buchanan, Florida Bill Pascrell Jr., New Jersey
Adrian Smith, Nebraska Shelley Berkley, Nevada
Aaron Schock, Illinois Joseph Crowley, New York
Lynn Jenkins, Kansas Allyson Schwartz, Pennsylvania
Erik Paulsen, Minnesota Danny Davis, Illinois
Kenny Marchant, Texas Linda Sanchez, California
Diane Black, Tennessee
Tom Reed, New York
Todd Young, Indiana
Mike Kelly, Pennsylvania
Tim Griffin, Arizona
Jennifer Safavian, Chief Counsel and Staff Director,/// ways and means
#23 Jan 31, 2014
If you believe that you have been the victim of unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, parental status or sexual orientation you must contact an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) counselor within 45 calendar days of the alleged discriminatory action, or, in the case of a personnel action, within 45 calendar days of the effective date of the action, before you can file a formal complaint of discrimination with the Agency. See, e.g. 29 CFR 1614. If you believe that you have been the victim of unlawful discrimination on the basis of age, you must either contact an EEO counselor as noted above or give notice of intent to sue to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) within 180 calendar days of the alleged discriminatory action. If you are alleging discrimination based on marital status or political affiliation, you may file a written complaint with the U.S. Office of Special Counsel (OSC)(see contact information below). In the alternative (or in some cases, in addition), you may pursue a discrimination complaint by filing a grievance through the Agency's administrative or negotiated grievance procedures, if such procedures apply and are available.
#24 Feb 3, 2014
If you are being charged with an overpayment there are several things you need to know.
Determine the cause, who got the money, why they didn't pay it back if it was't due. It sounds like your Representative Payee was overpaid and didn't take care of it, because the money was for your benefit it was your money being managed by someone else, your payee. They didn't fix it before the debt was passed on to you as an adult. If you can't afford to pay it back ask that the debt be charged to the person that spent it. Ask for an explanation of the cause of the overpayment. Ask for a compromise, a waiver, a hearing or whatever you determine is the next step. Don't snap out just let SSA help you figure it out. If you need to ask for help that is why they are there. Too often people loose it and cheat themselves out of valuable information. Not judging, just know if you want help ask for help. If you feel you are getting poor or unfair treatment ask to see Management, if you just need more help with the problem a Claims Representative will assist you. Good luck and remember to stay calm, it helps.
#25 Feb 3, 2014
By the way if you are of sound mind you will be able to determine whether the overpayment was the fault of your parents or the agency, you can get it worked it. Unfortunately a lot of kids parents draw a check on them for years and the kids don't know it. Then surprise something like this happens, you don't understand you freak out. It is totally understandable, if I got a bill for something I didn't use I'd freak too. Once your panic settles instead of listening to the rantings of the conspiracy theorists above consider a sit down with SSA. They are not the enemy, they work for you.
#26 Feb 3, 2014
Nice to know you can cut and paste, so can my grand kids but that doesn't mean it's right. What you posted is employment related. Now find your happy place before you have a stroke.
Leave the advise to the pros.
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