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The Overlooked Trumpcare Threat: A Medicare Time Bomb

Just over two years ago, Donald Trump gave a speech announcing his run for the presidency. In that speech, he promised that he would not cut Social Security, Medicare, or Medicaid. That promise became a centerpiece of his campaign. It...Show More Summary

Did Ayn Rand Receive Social Security Benefits?

19 hours agoHumor / odd : Snopes

The "Atlas Shrugged" author called government handouts "immoral," but there is evidence that she accepted Social Security benefits in her later years — and that it was consistent with her worldview to do so.

"The electoral-economic cycle breeds a lurching, stop-and-go economy the world over. Governments fool..."

“The electoral-economic cycle breeds a lurching, stop-and-go economy the world over. Governments fool around with transfer payments, making an election year prank out of the Social Security system and the payroll tax. There is a bias...Show More Summary

President Trump Is Repeating the Same Social Security Mistake That Obama Made

The annual Social Security Administration's report is long overdue. And there's no word on when it will be released, leaving the public and the pundits guessing about projections and analyses. The post President Trump Is Repeating the Same Social Security Mistake That Obama Made was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

2 Tennessee inmates bilked IRS out of $310K in tax refund scheme

The Tennessee inmates used the Social Security numbers of fellow inmates to claim refunds for hundreds, most of whom had been unemployed for years.        

Facebook offers Indian women tools to protect privacy

Facebook has introduced new security features for women using the social media platform in India, including the ability to prevent strangers from downloading their profile pictures, the company said Thursday.

Election hackers were able to alter voter registration data in 2016: officials

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Election hackers successfully altered voter registration information and stole private information from voter databases including partial social security numbers, say officials who spoke to Time magazine. The hackers altered voter registration data in at least one county and accessed confidential...

Nauseating Stupidity On Confiscating Homes For The Greater Good

Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk.com, When it comes to anti-war pieces and matters of the US government overstepping its bounds in matters of privacy and security, The Intercept is usually spot on. On matters of social justice,...Show More Summary

Why Am I Paying Social Security If I’ll Never Be Able to Use It?

Many young people believe that they won't see any Social Security benefits when they retire. Is that concern legitimate? The post Why Am I Paying Social Security If I’ll Never Be Able to Use It? was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

Trump calls for stricter limits on welfare for immigrants

U.S. immigration law already bars most foreigners who enter the country on immigrant visas from being eligible for federal benefits like Social Security and food stamps for the first five years. Foreigners with non-immigrant visas and those who don't have legal status are generally prohibited from those benefits altogether.

Trump team takes victory lap after GOP special-election wins

The president and his supporters celebrated on social media late Tuesday night after Republicans secured a pair of victories in congressional races in Georgia and South Carolina.

GA-6 Open Thread

Fun fact: a baby born when the #GA06 runoff began is now eligible for Social Security. — Dave Weigel (@daveweigel) June 20, 2017 Upshot model is here and 538 liveblogging here. However this election comes out, it certainly proves that running on a platform identical to my policy views is the best strategy for every […]

You're sharing your cell phone number too frequently

4 days agoNews : USAToday: News

Phone numbers have become the new social security number, and they can be stolen.        

Younger Americans are growing more reliant on Social Security -- but should they be?

Though Social Security isn't going away, it can't take the place of independent savings. The sooner younger workers realize that, the better.        

How Social Media Can Help You Secure Funding

If you're an entrepreneur, social media may feel like a huge waste of time and energy. Pop in for a quick post, and it's easy to be sucked down the rabbit hole of news, politics, friends and cat videos--so many cat videos. You understand how speaking directly to customers affects your sales. Did you know...

Riding a romantic roller coaster? Relationship anxiety may be to blame

(Florida State University) In a recent study in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, Florida State University graduate student Ashley Cooper explores how high levels of fluctuation in how secure an individual feels in his or her relationship may actually doom its success.

Social Security benefits for spouses can pump up household income

Dear Liz: I have a friend who has a selfish, controlling husband. When talking with her recently, she told me she got only $300 a month from Social Security based on her work history while her husband gets $1,800. I told her she should be getting $900, half of his monthly amount, as a spousal benefit....

How to keep your data secure when you travel with your Mac, iPad, and iPhone

4 days agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

Summer is here, and that means vacation travel is up. At U.S. borders, customs officers may ask for your passwords to unlock your devices, or provide access to online accounts, especially social media. According to many experts, youShow More Summary

FBI: It's unlikely fugitive lawyer escaped without help

The FBI says it's unlikely a Kentucky lawyer who disappeared before his sentencing in a massive Social Security fraud case could have escaped and remained at large without help. Amy … Click to Continue »

Don't need your Social Security? 1 reason you should claim it early anyway

Even if you don't need your benefits, it might be smart to take them.        

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