For years, the NFL has asked reporters covering the Super Bowl to provide a Social Security number or passport number, along with a photo, for security checks. Now, they’ll have to provide one more piece of information: their racial identifications. Show More Summary
This is why the Social Security Administration is a nightmare to deal with.
Ann Brenoff’s “On The Fly” is a weekly column about navigating growing older ? and a few other things.
Funding to keep the federal lights on will run out at midnight on Friday unless Congress passes a new spending bill and President Trump signs it into law.
Submitted by Brenton Smith, this article originally appeared in NewsMax.Com, (“No Way Around Sorry Shape Social Security Is In ”) No Way Around Sorry Shape Social Security Is In So you think you are worried about Social Security? Many are, but their fear is generally misplaced. Show More Summary
The single largest government program in the United States will soon have an annual budget of $1 trillion a year. Yet even that amount isn't sufficient to fulfill the promises it has made. If Congress doesn't address its insolvency issues,...Show More Summary
People are starting to wake up to the threat an unsecure social media account poses to their online privacy and security. It's time you secured your accounts. Read the full article: How to Secure Your Social Network Privacy for the New Year
Here is the list of books I read in 2017. (Note that until March or so, this list also appears as part of the Currently Reading tab. Retire in Luxury on your Social Security by Steve Garfink The Reader by Bernhard Schlink A Man Called...Show More Summary
House Speaker Paul Ryan has long wanted to enact entitlement reforms through cuts to Medicaid, Medicare, and Social Security. Ryan said in December that he wanted to tackle the issue in 2018. On Friday, Ryan admitted that these programs...Show More Summary
Reader Morris directed my attention to a letter to the editor of the Santa Cruz Sentinel. Helena Robertson claims that “Social Security is not funded through federal taxes,” and the newspaper used that claim as the headline for the letter. Show More Summary
DURBAN - Cryptographers form Germany have found a way to penetrate WhatsApp group chats despite the app's end-to-end encryption. Researchers reported that they had found flaws in the security of the social networking app at the Real World Crypto security conference in Switzerland, according to Wired.com. Show More Summary
Everything these days is password protected. From your banking information to your social media accounts, each one requires a different kind of password. Remembering them all and keeping them all straight is hard to do, but it is essential. Think of it this way. Show More Summary
Another scandal is exploding in the Silicon Valley. An undercover video that went viral shows senior network security engineer at Twitter, Clay Haynes, sharing insider information about how this social network operates. More precisely, Mr. Show More Summary
A New Jersey man has admitted to not reporting his great aunt's death to the government in order to collect nearly $185,000 in Social Security benefits for nearly 20 years. … Click to Continue »
If a performance artist did it, people might consider it a bold choice. On a robbery suspect, however, "bold" might not be the word. Police in Houston say 40-year-old Robert Wooten has his Social Security Number tattooed on his forehead, reports KPRC. The "why" is not clear, but the consequences...
Is that a fleur de lis tattooed on his forehead just under his social security number? https://t.co/Jk6uftTYfR via @nypost— Kirsten Fleming (@KirFlem) January 9, 2018 The "713" on his neck is a Houston area code, too. What I figure, is...
Authored by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com, On a deep, dark evening last June in the spectacularly celestial deserts of northern Chile, scientists made a phenomenal discovery. It was a supernova… one that they named ASASSN-15lh. This wasn’t just any supernova. Show More Summary
Really, is career criminal Robert Wooten’s identity worth stealing? read more
"We have been paying into Social Security, paying taxes, thousands of us have been doing this. We thought this money was being stored for our future." The post Trump Is ‘Stealing’ Benefits From Elderly Immigrants He’s Expelling From the United States appeared first on Rewire.
Despite the biggest cost-of-living adjustment in years, some seniors won't see a big change to their monthly benefit. Here's why.