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Reentry MythBuster: On Social Security

MYTH: Families of persons convicted of crime and incarcerated for more than 30 continuous days can no longer receive a portion of their social security payments.

FACT: If the family was eligible to receive a portion of the social security benefits prior to the conviction and incarceration, they should continue to receive the benefits.

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