The issue of Social Security clawbacks has been plaguing seniors for a long time now.
These horror stories see bureaucratic errors turned into burdens that seniors must bear. Those who were sent money by mistake, sometimes without even receiving it, are being demanded to pay it back. Their peace of mind and the future of their benefits are both at risk in these situations.
Complaints have been made in mass. And now policymakers are planning monthly meetings until the problem is corrected.
Will this persistent approach create the meaningful change needed here? These errors should be corrected, but in such a way that it doesn’t trouble those seniors who did nothing wrong.