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You can't go back in the past and change it, it is limited to the six months. Apply for the better amount now, before she loses more time.


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And since a Depression involves the whole Nation, Social Security will end, Correct? Social Security was started when FDR was president in the middle of the great depression. So you can't say it will end just because we have another depression. Are funds in 403b accounts in the event of a National Depression, such as in the 1920s, secure or are they ...


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I would like to know if it is likely that the United States government may have to reduce Social Security payments for the remainder of this year to help fund economic stimulus packages to help bail out small businesses and big companies like Boeing. I think you'll find that of those who still earn a salary, most are: Not daring enough to invest the salary ...


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As I understand things, Social Security Administration (SSA) has two streams of income to pay current pensioners. First is the payroll tax. The payroll tax pays off current SSA obligations (checks to pensioners). If there is anything left over, it goes into the reserves. The reserves are invested in US Treasuries (I believe SSA is the largest holder of US ...


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There has been zero talk about cutting social security payments to people currently receiving payments. There has been talk about cutting the taxes funding the social security system. The idea would be to make up the shortfall due to a tax cut by sending money from the general fund into the social security system. That plan has problems due to unemployed ...


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