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The voting panel has come under intense scrutiny and faced a wave of lawsuits since making a sweeping request last month for reams of "publicly-available voter roll data," including names, addresses, dates of birth and partial Social Security numbers. State leaders from both parties have expressed privacy concerns about potentially revealing personal information, while some officials and voting experts also have pushed back against the commission, which was formed by Trump after he repeatedly claimed - without evidence - that widespread voter fraud cost him the popular vote in last year's presidential election. In his letters sent... [Read More]
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Your summer job might be ending soon. You might even hold a part time job while you're in school. You can easily jump to the head of the class and... [Read More]
A Rochester man is arrested after walking into the Social Security office and threatening to hurt people there. Police arrested 26-year-old Leonard Booth after the incident around 10:15 Wednesday m... [Read More]
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The man sat outside of the Social Security Administrative office in Ludington earlier this month, waiting for a worker to leave the property, the government says. [Read More]
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Summer is here and millions of vacationers are packing their bags to visit a new locale and soak... [Read More]
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A Rochester man is arrested after walking into the Social Security office and threatening to hurt people there. Police arrested 26-year-old Leonard Booth after the incident around 10:15 Wednesday m... [Read More]
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Wednesday morning was anything but a normal business day for the tenants at a Gastonia office building.Someone entered the building at 1542 Union Road through a window late Tuesday night, then left an investment business and kicked their way into two other businesses who share the building.Among the items stolen from David Masters was a safe with precious possessions. The Stat Services owner says it contained his Social Security card, vehicle titles and will, but also his late mother's driver's... [Read More]
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Dayton woman posts boyfriend's Social Security Number, personal info on Facebook... [Read More]
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Roger Nusbaum thinks it's appropriate to expect less than full Social Security benefits in a couple of decades. Adam M. Grossman, CFA, a new contributor, shows... [Read More]
A man is behind bars after authorities say he threatened several people inside the Rochester Social Security office when he was denied money. [Read More]
"This would save the us money if S.S. still existed when these students face their elegibility penelty. However, this will just drain S.S. faster. I wish the... [Read More]
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AM Headlines begins with SR story re: Palouse town of Latah that's considering disincorporation. Also: State agencies to get new buildings/Press, Connecticut firm buys Liberty Lake's Telect/SR, Scammers target Social Security benefits/KHQ 6, New device nabs Lake City parking violators/Press + more ... [Read More]
A Rochester man was arrested following an outburst at the Rochester Social Security Office. [Read More]
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Simply Money crew respond to financial questions.        ... [Read More]
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A new targeting Social Security recipients tries to trick them into divulging their account information... [Read More]
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It's time to set the record straight. Millions of American retirees and future retirees depend on, or will depend on, income from Social Security to help provide a financially comfortable... [Read More]
"Necessity is the mother of invention and we have to fix these things now." [Read More]
Retirement planning might be the most daunting financial problem facing Americans, yet plenty of individuals have misconceptions about it.        ... [Read More]
It is no secret that what the major media seem to care most about is radically different from what concerns average Americans. While the inside-the-Beltway crowd continues to focus on... [Read More]
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A scam alert to tell you about. The social security administration is warning that scammers are impersonating government agents and stealing people's benefits. According to a blog post on the administration's website, the calls come from a number with a "323" area code. The caller claims they are an agency employee and that the victim is due a 1.7% cost of living adjustment (COLA) increase if their social security benefits. [Read More]
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