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  • n. Plural form of overpayment.


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  • The letter explains that we and other customers had made a collective $1,507,000 in overpayments to the Department of State between 1997 and 2005; however, Colorado law prohibited refunds being made to anyone who hadn't formally requested one.

    Jim Thomas: Changing a Law to Do the Right Thing: An Example of Government Helping Business

  • The firm, Horn and Associates of Utah, says it has found millions of dollars in overpayments but was unable to get a full picture of the problem because NASA refused to let it see all its records.

    NASA, Audits, and Lawsuits - NASA Watch

  • The MPs said the overpayments were a burden on hundreds of thousands of the most vulnerable people in society.

    Gordon Brown's flagship policy still crap

  • Congress already has tried unsuccessfully to cut such payments -- dubbed overpayments by some outside experts.

    Obama's Health Expert Gets Political

  • Eliminating the so-called overpayments could save substantial sums, but not as much as Mr. Obama said.

    Check Point: The Grand Finale - The Caucus Blog -

  • ICF spokeswoman Gentry Brann said in an email Friday that the overpayments are the result of the Road Home grant being recalculated to account for insurance money and government aid given to Katrina victims.

    U.S. Watch

  • Jim Doyle, the overpayments were a result of contradictory advice regarding welfare from the federal government to the state during the late 1990s.

    Badger Herald: News Updates

  • In any event, these "overpayments" allow members to get about $825 in extra benefits each year, including lower out-of-pocket payments and better coverage for drugs, preventive care, and chronic disease care.

    How Seniors Will Pay for ObamaCare

  • Jon Craig on the Sky News blog reports that she has been made to repay £9,600 in "overpayments" but the judgement appears to have been very sympathetic and it looks like she is off the hook politically.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Mr. Obama has said he wants to eliminate "overpayments" to Advantage plans to finance a chunk of the cost for a health-care overhaul.

    Plan Changes Afoot


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