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Can Social Security Overpayments be Discharged in Bankruptcy?

Can Social Security Overpayments be Discharged in Bankruptcy? The question of whether or not Social Security overpayments can be discharged in bankruptcy is one that has been debated for many years. This article will examine the qualifications and conditions that must be met in order to discharge a Social Security overpayment through bankruptcy.

Social Security overpayments occur when an individual receives more benefits than he or she is entitled to receive, either due to an error by the Social Security Administration or because of inaccurate information provided by the recipient. In most cases, these funds are required to be repaid in full and cannot be discharged through bankruptcy proceedings unless certain criteria are met.

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