SOCIAL SECURITY: INFORMATION & UPDATES SSA testimony to Congress about anti-fraud efforts
On February 26, 2014, Carolyn W. Colvin, Acting Commissioner of the Social Security Administration, testified before the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Social Security. Her testimony was about S... Posted on 3/10/14 at 11:14 AM
PLANNING INFORMATION AND RESOURCES What's the Best Way to Give Money to Children and Grandchildren?
Read this article to learn about financial gifting strategies that can benefit the giver and the recipient at the same time.
In 2014, the IRS allows you to give up to $14,000 annually (or $2... Posted on 3/10/14 at 7:00 AM
THE NEW FORTY A lady of leisure...
I have had retirement actively on my mind for a few years now even though I anticipate my retirement is more than a decade away. I think that is how it is and must be these days. Gone are the days whe... Posted on 2/23/14 at 10:32 AM
LIVING IN RETIREMENT Top 3 Uses for Fixed Annuities
Do you own fixed annuities?
Do you wonder why so many retirees own fixed annuities?
The Top 3 Reasons to Own Annuities
46% own annuities to Supplement Social Security and Pension Income
Planning Ti... Posted on 2/15/14 at 2:15 PM
NEW PLATEAUS The Panhandling Indian Woman
She was as innocuous as a tree or road signjust another person at the top of the freeway exit ramp here in south Minneapolis. Its a popular place for panhandlers. As I drove closer, though, her sign t... Posted on 10/30/12 at 7:16 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) — A tough new cost-cutting playbook submitted by the co-chairmen of President Barack Obama's deficit commission has been embraced by Sens. Kent Conrad and Judd Gregg, the first two elected officials to endorse it.
AARP gathers info from cross section
The future of Social Security is a weighted issue on many minds. Even with elections now over, many hope lawmakers are still willing to hear what the public thinks should be done with the possibly faltering system.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate and North Dakota Gov. John Hoeven doesn’t agree with a recent proposal by a Republican colleague that the Social Security system can be bolstered by using money from oil drilling in national parks.
BISMARCK – Congress could avoid “a lot of bad ideas” for shoring up Social Security by removing the annual limit on income that is subject to the Social Security tax, North Dakota Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Tracy Potter said Friday.
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