The Social Security Administration gave $1.3 million in benefits to criminals, including individuals who had already defrauded the government, according to a new audit.
Social Security will be able to pay out full benefits to eligible recipients until 2034—a five year increase in the fund’s solvency since last year’s Social Security Administration Trustee Report—according to SSA Chief Actuary Stephen Goss.
The Social Security Administration issued nearly $200 million in improper payments by paying people twice for their benefits.
The Old-Age and Survivors Insurance and Disability Insurance Trust Funds will be depleted in the next 17 years, according to the Social Security Administration’s trustees report.
Eric C. Conn, a Kentucky lawyer who pled guilty to defrauding taxpayers out of $550 million, is on the run, fleeing justice one month before his sentencing.
The Social Security Administration billed taxpayers $32 million for work conferences, according to a new audit.
The Social Security Administration paid widow’s benefits to a woman who murdered her husband.
A Kentucky lawyer involved in a half-a-billion-dollar Social Security disability fraud scheme has pleaded guilty.