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BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Louisiana investigator admits misusing Donald Trump's Social Security number, trying to get candidate's tax information.
A Louisiana private investigator pleaded guilty on Monday to misusing Donald Trump's Social Security number in repeated attempts to access the candidate's federal tax information during the presidential campaign. Jordan … Click to Continue »
Republicans are interesting creatures. There are the voters, and then there are the politicians. The voters like things like clean air, jobs, Social Security, and ice cream. The politicians, on the other hand, like to let corporations...Show More Summary
There has been one inescapable question surrounding the newly passed GOP tax plan: Who will pay for it? The answer is actually not complicated, because top Republicans have already told everyone. House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., whoShow More Summary
Social Security serves as a key source of income for millions of retirees, and countless seniors depend on those payments to cover their basic needs. If you want to get the most out of your benefits, here are a few key moves to make during your working years. Show More Summary
Now that we seem on the edge of giving lots more tax dollars to Donald Trump and his rich friends, the deficit hawks feel newly empowered and have Social Security and Medicare clearly in their sights. Robert Samuelson is on the job,Show More Summary
Republicans in Congress are openly admitting they plan to use their tax reform bill to justify slashing funding for essential social programs like Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and food stamps. The bill — which is expected to balloon the national deficit by at least $1 trillion, and which only benefits the country’s wealthiest in the long-term […]
Their grassroots are egging it on. But not everyone, including a famed small government advocate, are sure it’s the smart move.
Many seniors are caught off guard when they learn that they are, in fact, responsible for paying taxes in retirement. But while you may have heard that you'll be taxed on your traditional IRA or 401(k) withdrawals, as well as any income...Show More Summary
A Kentucky lawyer who vanished for six months made his first court appearance Wednesday since he was caught as he faces the consequences for his role in a Social Security … Click to Continue »
"offsetting those deficits will require going after the true big-ticket programs, namely Medicare and Social Security": Republicans Are Coming for Your Benefits, by Paul Krugman, NY Times:...During the Senate debate over the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Senator Orrin...
A lawyer who spent six months on the run after pleading guilty in a $500 million Social Security fraud scheme was being flown back to Kentucky on Tuesday
Divorce can have long-reaching financial consequences that can make it harder to ensure a stable retirement for yourself. The good news is that the Social Security Administration continues to acknowledge your relationship with your former spouse, even if you have striven to forget about it....
Conn was captured in Honduras after he used a restaurant's WiFi signal.
A Kentucky lawyer, who disappeared after his conviction in a massive social security fraud case, is in a Honduran jail. Eric Conn escaped house arrest in Lexington six months ago before heading to New Mexico. He then reportedly traveled to Mexico and Guatemala, and spent the last three months in Honduras. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
The big news for Social Security in 2018 is a small pay hike for the program’s 61 million beneficiaries. The average monthly payment will go up by 2 percent: from $1,377 to $1,404 next year. It’s...
A fugitive Kentucky lawyer who disappeared six months ago before facing a prison sentence for his central role in a massive Social Security fraud case has been captured in Honduras and will be returned to the U.S., officials said. Eric Conn was captured by a SWAT team as he came out of a restaurant...
Republicans are coming for it all, from Medicaid to Social Security. The greatest trick the GOP ever pulled was convincing the mainstream media and much of the country that it ever gave a damn about the deficit. For eight years, Mitch...Show More Summary