Officers used a search warrant to enter her home and find the body after other relatives reported their concerns.
A seniors organization's petition calls for a one-time payment of $1,400 to about 65 million people.
Nancy Kay Shedleski, 69, collected over $120,000 in Social Security retirement benefits between August 2015 and December 2019, according to a complaint.
"Based on state pay records and other data, more than 100,000 Social Security numbers were vulnerable," the St. Louis-Dispatch reported.
The adjustment is the largest in 39 years and will give the average retiree a 5.9 percent overall raise in benefits next year.
"These individuals are the victims of fraud, not the perpetrators, and it's time for their uncertainty and anxiety to end," a Kentucky representative said.
Senator Joe Manchin has said the social spending bill would not be passed if the Hyde Amendment is excluded.
"The finances of both programs have been significantly affected by the pandemic and the recession of 2020," trustees of the two programs said.
Andrew Saul reportedly said that he considers himself "the term-protected Commissioner of Social Security" and will refuse to leave after being fired by Biden.
"You shouldn't record someone at their lowest," one commenter said after seeing the video on TikTok of the cashier calling out the elderly man.
The alleged debt dates back to 1973, when Richard Nixon was president and Rick Wosmanski was a 19-year-old student.
The 47-year-old man told the authorities in Paris that his mother had died of cancer at home in 2014.
"A nonresident alien in 2021 isn't eligible for the payment," according to the IRS. Non-American citizens living overseas who received the checks erroneously should void them and send them back, or risk a warning in 2022.
People across the country have learned that once the IRS thinks your dead, it's not easy to prove you're alive.
Federal benefit recipients who don't receive their third stimulus funds electronically may be receiving a paper check instead.
The IRS is not planning to issue third stimulus payments as prepaid debit cards to federal benefit recipients, according to the SSA.
The majority of stimulus payments for federal benefit recipients will be issued as direct deposits and to existing Direct Express card accounts, the IRS said.
The majority of these payments will be issued as direct deposits or to existing Direct Express card accounts, the IRS said Tuesday.
The IRS expects to begin issuing payments this weekend to benefit recipients who don't usually file a tax return.
Federal beneficiaries who haven't received a stimulus check yet could receive their $1,400 payment on April 7.
The required payment files were sent by the Social Security Administration to the IRS last Thursday, two weeks after the COVID-19 relief bill was signed into law.
A dispute over paperwork between the IRS and the Social Security Administration has delayed the payments.
On Thursday, the SSA provided the IRS with the paperwork needed for stimulus payments to be issued to federal benefit recipients.
The House committee on ways and means says almost 30 million Americans have been affected by the hold-up.
The IRS is issuing around 17 million direct deposits with an "official pay date" of March 24 for its latest round of stimulus payments.
The IRS will "automatically send" third stimulus funds to those who didn't file a tax return but are recipients of federal benefits such as Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).
Only current Direct Express card holders are eligible to receive the latest stimulus payment on their card.
"Now is the time to renew our commitment to families to help them meet the challenges they face," the Utah Republican senator said.