The Work of the Office of Investigations

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Wisconsin Business Owner Sentenced to Year in Prison for Social Security Disability Fraud

Type: Investigation
Issue: Reduce Improper Payments and Increase Overpayment Recoveries
Date : Tue, 1/21/2014

Wisconsin Man Charged with Defrauding Government Agencies Out of More Than $290,000

Type: Investigation
Issue: Reduce Improper Payments and Increase Overpayment Recoveries
Date : Sun, 12/23/2012

Wisconsin Man Sentenced to 10 Months in Federal Prison for Social Security Fraud

Type: Investigation
Issue: Reduce Improper Payments and Increase Overpayment Recoveries
Date : Wed, 9/25/2013

Wisconsin Man Sentenced to Prison for Stealing Mother-in-Law's Social Security Benefits

Type: Investigation
Issue: Reduce Improper Payments and Increase Overpayment Recoveries
Date : Wed, 4/16/2014

Wisconsin Woman Sentenced for Spending $34,000 of Mother's Social Security Benefits

Type: Investigation
Issue: Reduce Improper Payments and Increase Overpayment Recoveries
Date : Wed, 5/30/2012

Woman Accused of $400,000 Tax Fraud and Identity Theft

Type: Investigation
Issue: Reduce Improper Payments and Increase Overpayment Recoveries
Date : Thu, 2/9/2012

Woman Charged with Stealing Deceased Aunt's Social Security Checks for a Second Time

Type: Investigation
Issue: Reduce Improper Payments and Increase Overpayment Recoveries
Date : Wed, 1/18/2012

Woman Pleads Guilty to Committing Social Security Fraud

Type: Investigation
Issue: Reduce Improper Payments and Increase Overpayment Recoveries
Date : Fri, 5/25/2012

Woman Pleads Guilty to Helping Roommate Hide Dead Body and Stealing $34,000 in Social Security Benefits

Type: Investigation
Issue: Reduce Improper Payments and Increase Overpayment Recoveries
Date : Tue, 12/4/2012

Woman Pleads Guilty to Theft of Government Funds from Home for Developmentally Disabled

Type: Investigation
Issue: Reduce Improper Payments and Increase Overpayment Recoveries
Date : Thu, 1/5/2012

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