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Federal Employment Lawyer, John Mahoney, Discusses Foreclosure & Security Clearance on CNN

Tully Rinckey Partner, John P. Mahoney, discusses how the foreclosure mess is affecting security clearances for government workers across the nation on CNN. … Read entire article »

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Why is President Obama trying to take funds from Social Security?

and drive it into insolvency? He wants to continue to take billions every year that is supposed to go into the Social Security fund and give it to big business. @Lois Griffin, yes he is. Maybe you do not watch the news but he was in Scranton, PA today pushing for it. @Lawgirl: What does this have to do with the Health Care bill? @Charles: And what about the billions he already gave away, that is never coming back and he has no plans to replace it. Stolen plain and simple. … Read entire article »

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Social Security is heading toward insolvency. Why not eliminate federal retirement, and have them pay into SS?

The Federal retirement is out of control. People who work their whole career in government end up a much higher retirement than a similar person making the same money in the private sector will get. That is wrong. … Read entire article »

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Social Security Law: Part 1of 3 [LegalHelp.Org - Pro Se Legal Resources]

Social Security Law: Part 1of 3 [LegalHelp.Org - Pro Se Legal Resources] :::Please visit Legalhelp.org to view our full library. ::: Most videos are 40 min.+ long. All shows are very informative with solution that you can use immediately from a library of 25 shows on various legal topics. Additional American Pro Se Association television show videos are being encoded on various topics as time permits on a volunteer basis. — Roj Prasad … Read entire article »

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Retire On Social Security – Live Well On A Budget Of $1,000 A Month

Your Market Is 110,000,000 People Over 55. Most Will Need Help Stretching Their Money In Retirement. This Guide Provides Hundreds Of Money Saving Tips, Like: Get Paid $80,000 A Year To Live In A Mansion, Ocean Living For $10.00 A Day And Much More. Retire On Social Security – Live Well On A Budget Of $1,000 A Month … Read entire article »

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Dr. Coburn rejects flawed argument that Social Security is solvent

(Wednesday, March 16 2011) After hearing the remarks from the Democratic Senator from Vermont, Dr. Coburn reveals hard truths about the insolvency of Social Security. … Read entire article »

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Social Security Predictor

Social Security is a cornerstone of retirement planning in the US As an organization focused on advancing the value of financial planning, FPA believes it’s essential to educate Americans on this important issue. As such, FPA was compelled to create a tool that helps individuals understand the issue in a personal and engaging way — and hopefully will encourage you to start a dialogue with your US Senators and Representatives. Help us raise awareness of the critical issue around Social Security! Learn more about the Social Security insolvency issue and ways you can encourage lawmakers to fix the problem. Acting together, we can make a difference! For more information about the Social Security Predictor tool, please visit www.SocialSecurityPredictor.org/. … Read entire article »

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Do you agree with Ron Paul on Social Security? It should only be for seniors?

“If all the other members of congress had followed my voting record, the trust fund would be in good shape because I have never voted to spend one penny out of the social security trust fund.” Our nation’s promise to its seniors, once considered a sacred trust, has become little more than a tool for politicians to scare retirees while robbing them of their promised benefits. Today, the Social Security system is broke and broken. Those in the system are seeing their benefits dwindle due to higher taxes, increasing inflation, and irresponsible public spending. The proposed solutions, ranging from lower benefits to higher taxes to increasing the age of eligibility, are NOT solutions; they are betrayals. Imposing any tax on Social Security benefits is unfair and illogical. In Congress, I have introduced the Senior … Read entire article »

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What do you think of this article about social security and medicare (link at the bottom)?

Pay attention to the third paragraph as well saying that nothing is actually in the two trust funds other then bonds and that the money has been spent. This article is from the Associated Press (AP) Social Security and Medicare finances worsen (title of article) Social Security and Medicare both facing depletion of trust funds sooner because of recession Martin Crutsinger, AP Economics Writer On Wednesday May 13, 2009, 12:12 am EDT WASHINGTON (AP) — Social Security and Medicare are fading even faster under the weight of the recession, heading for insolvency years sooner than previously expected, the government warned Tuesday. Social Security will start paying out more in benefits than it collects in taxes in 2016, a year sooner than projected last year, and the giant trust fund will be depleted by 2037, four years … Read entire article »

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GRITtv: Dean Baker: Saving Social Security

The favorite bogeyman of the Right, Social Security insolvency, is rearing its ugly head once again. Obama’s deficit commission has been told that no solution is off the table, and Dean Baker notes it wouldn’t be the first time that a Democratic administration went forward with plans that a Republican couldn’t sell to the American people. Baker joins us via Skype to remind us once again that Social Security is solvent for many years, and that there are simple fixes for it if there are problems. He also notes that austerity is a lousy prescription for an economy suffering from a lack of spending. Distributed by Tubemogul. … Read entire article »

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Social Security Party

Even though the Social Security Administration faces possible insolvency within the next three decades unless benefits are decreased or taxes are significantly raised, the agency recently paid $700000 for a three-day conference at a lavish resort in Arizona. … Read entire article »

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