Tag Archives: Social Security

Feds Dock Social Security For Unpaid College Loans | SmartMoney.com | ANNAMARIA ANDRIOTIS | 8/7/12

More retirees are falling behind on student debt, and Uncle Sam is coming after their benefits. Falling behind on student loan payments can squash a borrower’s hopes of building savings, buying a home or even finding work. Now, thousands of … Continue reading

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Supreme Court: In Vitro Twins Conceived After Dad’s Death Are Not Entitled to Survivor Benefit | ABA Journal | Debra Cassens Weiss | 5/21/12

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled Florida twins conceived through in vitro fertilization after their father’s death are not entitled to Social Security survivor benefits. The case, Astrue v. Capato opinion, involves twins born 18 months after their father, Robert … Continue reading

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‘Taxmageddon’ Looms at End of Payroll Tax Holiday | The Washington Post | Lori Montgomery | 2/18/12

With high unemployment and a struggle economy, tax payers rely more heavily on their tax refunds. Though Congress voted to extend the payroll tax  holiday sparing 160 million workers from an immediate tax hike, this and many other tax “breaks” are … Continue reading

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Illegal Alien Sentenced for False Claim to US Citizenship and Illegal Use of Social Security Number | ICE.gov | 1/26/12

NEW ORLEANS – Roberto Guevara-Palomeque, 33, a Mexican citizen, pleaded guilty on Oct. 27 to a two-count indictment charging him with making a false claim to U. S. citizenship and misuse of a social security number.  He was sentenced in … Continue reading

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Effective 2012, Over 40,000 New Laws Across the Nation Toughen Rules on Abortions, Immigrants, Voters | MSNBC | 12/31/11

From increases to Social Security benefits and minimum wage to tougher restrictions placed on cellphone usage while driving, these laws “reflect the nation’s concerns over immigration, the cost of government and the best way to protect and benefit young people.” … Continue reading

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