Form SSA-632-BK, Request for Waiver of Overpayment Recovery or Change in Repayment Rate, is a form used for wavering overpayments. The latest version of the form was released on April 1, 2019, with all previous editions obsolete. An SSA-632 fillable form is available for download and digital filing below.
An overpayment occurs when the U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA) pays you more than you should have been paid. The SSA will notify you about it and inform you why an overpayment happened and how you will be able to pay them back. The SSA will also let you know how to ask them to reconsider their decision, to let you pay the money back at a different rate, or to waive the overpayment. If you agree that the overpayment happened and you are willing to pay the money back, but for some reason cannot afford to pay it back at the rate the SSA asks of you, or you feel you should not pay it back because the overpayment was not your mistake, you should file the SSA-632 Form.
Form SSA-632 FAQ
Q: Where to mail the SSA-632-BK Form?
A: When you download, print, and complete a paper version of the form you can send it to your local social security office. If you have any additional questions, you can call the SSA at +1 (800) 772-1213.
Q: What does "Readily Available" mean on Form SSA-632-BK?
A: When you answer Question 14 in the section titled "Assets - Things You Have and Own," you are required to state how much money do you and person(s) indicated in Question 13 have as cash on hand, in a checking account, or readily available. In this context readily available means funds that are easily and promptly accessible for immediate use.
Q: How long does Form SSA-632 averagely take to be processed by the SSA?
A: Generally, it takes the SSA about six weeks to process your Social Security Appeal Form SSA-632 and get back to you.
Instructions for Form SSA-632-BK are as follows: