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Man uses Lifelock to stalk ex – Lifelock’s unbelievable response

Using her social security number, a woman's ex-husband stalked her credit card purchases with Lifelock. And.. they locked HER out of the account? Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at The American Genius

Help A Reporter Out (HARO): Your PR Agency's Worst Nightmare

The PR world has changed rapidly over the last few years and HARO has led the way. The days of relying on PR agencies to secure your company media are gone. Thanks to social media and companies like HARO it is easier then ever to handle your companies PR in-house. Show More Summary

FidelityVoice: What The New Social Security Rules Mean For You

This fall a new law spelled the beginning of the end for some popular Social Security strategies. The “file and suspend,” and “claim now, claim more later,” strategies will be eliminated going forward. But the new rules haven’t gone into effect yet, and some people will still qualify. For full details, [...]

FidelityVoice: Should You Take Social Security At 62?

When it comes to Social Security, it can be tempting to take the money and run as soon as you're eligible—typically at age 62. After all, you've likely been paying into the system for much of your working life, and you're ready to receive your benefits. Plus, guaranteed monthly income [...]

Which States Tax Social Security?

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Thanksgiving and Social Security: Different Reasons for Welcoming Syrian Refugees

Thanksgiving celebrates the first time in our history when refugees, fleeing persecution, were welcomed and aided by those already here. The Wampanoag tribe not only welcomed the pilgrim-refugees to this land but provided them with food during their first winter when the pilgrim-refugees' own provisions ran short. Show More Summary

Georgia Voter Information Data Breach Leads to Lawsuit

Two women have filed a class action lawsuit against the Georgia Secretary of State, Brian Kemp, after the Kemp's office released voter data that contained information including individuals' names, addresses, Social Security numbers, and even driver's license information. Over six million Georgia voters could be affected by the breach.......

Here’s What Living Cheaply in Another Country Looks Like

American retirees looking for a low cost of living and a comfortable climate are increasingly packing up for cheap, warm countries abroad. Around 615,000 Americans reportedly received their Social Security checks outside the U.S. in early 2015, an increase of 57% since the year 2000. Show More Summary

social security in the case-deaton era

There is something about the Thanksgiving season that drives me to post things that are a bit random and more or less out of my wheelhouse. Maybe it’s anticipation of the turkey coma to come. Anyhow, in that spirit, there’s something about the Case-Deaton paper on how middle-aged white people are dying at increasing rates that has been […]

9th Cir. Allows EEOC to Collect Personal Employee Information

The Ninth Circuit has given the EEOC the go ahead to compel production of so-called "pedigree information" in employment investigations. Pedigree information includes things like an employee's name, Social Security number, address, and telephone number. The ruling came after the EEOC investigated the McLane Company for gender discrimination after......

Column: Widows lose thousands in Social Security benefits due to misinformation

A Social Security whistleblower claims widows losing thousands due to agency mistakes. Photo by Getty Images Editor’s Note: Boston University economist Larry Kotlikoff has spent every week, for over three years, answering questions about...Show More Summary

Tax Considerations When Delaying Social Security

Delaying Social Security can potentially contribute to an overall tax strategy for retirement. Every case is different, but generally speaking, when you add taxes to the mix, the case for delaying Social Security becomes even stronger than usual. Delaying Social Security gives you an ability to better management tax brackets when [...]

Don't let the federal government be your financial planner

The Consumer Finance Protection Board's online Social Security calculator is no better than American's own guesswork. The Consumer Finance Protection Board has jumped into the retirement planning game, releasing an online Social Security tool to help Americans estimate their retirement benefits. The CPFB’s benefit tool is much-needed: the Social Security benefit [...]

Hillary Clinton proposes help for caregivers

In what her campaign is calling a Social Security expansion, Hillary Clinton has proposed a tax credit and Social Security credit to people caring for elderly and disabled family members. The credit of up to $6,000 would offset costs...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton Proposes Tax Credit, Social Security Expansion for Home Caregivers

6 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

A $6,000 tax credit would cover expenses for those who leave careers to care for elderly or sick relatives.

Hillary Clinton Proposes A Tax Break To Caregivers – Suggests Social Security Benefits For Those Caring For Immediate Family

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton proposed a new tax break for caregivers. She also suggests extending Social Security benefits for people who spend time caring for their immediate family. Pledging to invest in the “caring economy,”...Show More Summary

Where the candidates stand on Social Security

Whoever wins the 2016 presidential election could have a big impact on your retirement income, so pay close attention

Heavy-Handed IRS creates “Optional” Filing where Donors’ Social Security Numbers will be Listed

This doesn’t sound like a good idea, at all: The IRS once again has stirred the ire of nonprofit groups, this time with a proposal organizations say could someday require them to collect and hand over the Social Security numbers of their donors. Under the proposed rule, the IRS would create an optional filing for […]

States That Don’t Tax Social Security Benefits

Did you know that 37 states currently do not tax Social Security benefits? Now that you know, it behooves all of us to relocate for retirement to states with fantastic weather, great food, and amazing scenery! LIVE A BETTER RETIREMENT Readers know I have a bias for West Coast living, having spent over 10 years on both Read More...

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