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Florida Crazies: Couple Sentenced For Forcing Children To Live With Dead Body So They Could Collect Social Security Checks

This is crazy… Couple Forces Children To Live With Dead Body A Florida couple recently had their day in court after police say they forced their children to live with a dead body so they could collect the deceased’s

Your Public Pension Could Cut Your Social Security Benefits

Alamy By Rachel L. Sheedy Workers who held jobs in both the private and public sectors over their careers could be in for a shock when it comes time to claim Social Security. If you get a government pension, the Social Security benefit...Show More Summary

Social Security, Medicare Open to Illegals Under Amnesty Plan

President Barack Obama’s plan to bring illegal immigrants “out of the shadows” will make millions of them eligible for Social Security and Medicare benefits and likely allow them to eventually

WHO COULD HAVE SEEN THIS COMING? Illegal immigrants to be eligible for Social Security, Medicare….

WHO COULD HAVE SEEN THIS COMING? Illegal immigrants to be eligible for Social Security, Medicare.

Immigrants are Social Security eligible under Obama actions

Those who apply for work permits would be eligible for Medicare benefits upon retirement age, according to the White House.

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Brand Unawareness Obama The Troll #SmartTakes It's Never Enough For The Left Voters Overwhelmingly Oppose Obama's Amnesty Dear Media, How Not To Screw Up The Next Ferguson Illegal Immigrants Could Receive Social Security, Medicare Under Obama Action House Report...

Robert Samuelson Doesn't Like Social Security, Again

As much as some folks might hate this fact, the government is sometimes more efficient than the private sector. This is true in the case of providing a retirement income to workers. It is also true when it comes to providing health care insurance. Show More Summary

Grabyo Secures $2M From Celeb Sports Stars For Rights-Friendly Social Video

Video-focused startup Grabyo, which has a second-screen offering and partners with TV broadcasters to allow TV viewers to legally share real-time clips of its content, has landed $2m in funding from a clutch of globally recognised sports stars. Show More Summary

The Sum of all China's Fears: Genetically Modified Food

Julian Snelder Security, China Here is the nexus where land and water scarcity and concerns over food safety, social stability, industrial competitiveness and foreign dependence all meet. GM food is the sum of all China's fears. Among the worries that keep Chinese leaders awake at night surely is food security. Show More Summary

Veronique de Rugy on Social Security and Why Americans Don't Save More

3 days agoNews : Reason

One-third of Americans have nothing saved for retirement, according to a study published in August by the financial data aggregator Bankrate. That grim factoid joined a growing chorus of reports highlighting Americans' dismal savings habits. Show More Summary

Retiring? Here’s how to get an extra month of Social Security benefits for free

Larry discovers a new Social Security maximization method and passes it along to retirees. Photo by Jim McGuire via Getty Images Boston University economist Larry Kotlikoff has spent every week, for over two years, answering questions about what is likely your largest financial asset — your Social Security benefits. Show More Summary

NAACP President Upset Officials Treating Ferguson as 'Security Crisis' Instead of 'Social Justice Crisis'

As Ferguson and cities around the country are on edge for potential unrest after the grand jury's decision on whether to indict officer Darren Wilson is announced, the president of the NAACP said he was disappointed that officials were...Show More Summary

For Most Gays, The Golden Years Are Looking Something Less Than Golden: VIDEO

4 days agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Kathy Murphy stands to lose $600 a month because the Social Security Administration refuses to recognize her marriage to her late wife. Murphy, who recently lost her wife to breast cancer, lives in Texas, and the SSA currently bases eligibility...

How Retirement Benefits Will Change in 2015

ShutterstockFrom larger benefits payments to a new account option, here's what retirement savers can expect in the new year. By Emily Brandon Social Security and Medicare will be making important changes to their programs next year. Individual retirement accounts and 401(k)s will also be tweaked in significant ways. Show More Summary

ISIS Threatens to Behead Former Homeland Security Advisor Over Twitter

A self-described ISIS sympathizer and extremist threatened to behead former Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Advisor to President George W. Bush and President of the Counter Extremism Project (CEP) Fran Townsend over social media site Twitter on Friday. Show More Summary

Seven Reasons Why Obama's Executive Action on Immigration Is Great Policy and Great Politics

Ten years ago, following President George Bush's 2004 re-election victory, Progressives were back on their heels. Bush decided to press his advantage by launching a campaign to privatize Social Security, seeking to eliminate the crown...Show More Summary

What happens when your pregnant sister-in-law is paralyzed in an accident — and has no insurance.

MIT political scientist Andrea Campbell is known for her research on Social Security, Medicare, and other safety-net policies. Yet when Campbell’s pregnant sister-in-law suffered a spinal cord injury, their family’s on-the-ground experience was more bewildering and difficult than Campbell expected. Show More Summary

The 1 Thing That Could Save America's Financial Future

Social Security reforms, tax breaks, and better access to affordable loans won't do nearly as much to solve our biggest money problems as educating our kids about money will.

Personal Finance Q&A: Is partner eligible for Social Security benefits?

Dear Liz: My partner of 30 years recently died. Am I eligible for Social Security survivor benefits? I don't want anything I don't deserve, but if I'm entitled to something, every penny would be appreciated. I am 54 and make minimum wage.

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