Social Security Hits 80 Years Old Amidst Concerns Over Funding

The Debate About Social Security Continues to Rage While the Program Turns 80 Years Old Since President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security program into effect in 1935, $15 trillion in benefits have been paid out to the retired and disabled. The retirement program implemented in 1936 was the first stage.  The survivors’ fund started … [Read more...]

Lack of Death Certificate Could Lead to Social Security Fraud

Social Security Fraud; Taxes, Other Benefits Filed Under Fraudulent Social Security Numbers Without Death Records According to the Social Security Administration, there are 6.5 million Americans who reached the incredible old age of 112. This occurs, in the majority of cases, because there are no extant death records for the social security … [Read more...]

Social Security Disability Can Help Those with Chronic Kidney Disease

Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease or Preliminary Diseases Should File for Social Security Disability If you have been diagnosed with a kidney disorder like chronic kidney disease or kidney cancer, as well as diseases that can cause chronic kidney disorder, you may be eligible for social security disability. March, for many, is a month to focus … [Read more...]

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