105-year-old has Social Security benefits cut off

November 24, 2010

A woman who turned 105 this year accidently had her Social Security benefits cut off, WINK News reports.

The Social Security Administration thought she was dead.

The Social Security Administration got the woman mixed up with someone else of the same last name who was dead, and they cut off her Social Security benefits.

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