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2 hrs ago | InvestmentNews
President Barack Obama's 2015 budget proposal has targeted one of the best retirement income planning tools on advisers' shelves: Social Security-claiming strategies.
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6 hrs ago | Shorelines News
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham stopped in Savannah Lakes Village on Friday to speak about a variety of national and state issues ahead of the 2014 congressional election season.
10 hrs ago | Fortune
Many Americans still aren't working. Friday's monthly jobs report for February is better than most expected.
14 hrs ago | MarketWatch
Retirees seeking the retirement trifecta - golf, the beach and warm weather - often flock to pricey places like Hilton Head, Palm Beach or Santa Barbara.
17 hrs ago | WAVE-TV Louisville
Your social security number was initially devised to keep a record of your individual earnings.
A Midstate man is struggling to pay his veterinary bills after losing everything in a fire.
Prosecutors say the incident happened Jan. 31, 2013, when Prince appeared at a Social Security disability benefits hearing in Wausau.
Both supporters and opponents of a bill that would allow undocumented immigrants to obtain driver's licenses said Wednesday that their approach would lead to a safer state and more orderliness.
Have you filled out any medical forms lately? If so, you may have given your doctor extra information that may not be fully secure.
The Better Business Bureau is warning residents about a scam that tricks customers into giving out personal information over the phone.
The Social Security Disability Insurance trust fund is projected to run dry in just two years.
A North Dakota University System computer server that stores personal information on students, staff and faculty has been hacked, but nothing appears to have been compromised, Interim Chancellor Larry Skogen said Wednesday.
The three network morning shows combined gave less than two minutes of air time to President Obama's proposed 2015 budget on Tuesday, though they all managed to highlight how the plan "will cut taxes for thirteen and a half million working Americans" [ Listen to the audio or watch the video after the jump ].
Nearly 30 retired New York City firefighters and police officers have been arrested for falsely claiming Social Security benefits in the wake of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center.
Remember these guys? Erskine Bowles, left, and former Wyoming senator Alan Simpson, co-chairmen of President Obama's bipartisan deficit commission, in 2010.
President Barack Obama's election-year budget seeks to rally fellow Democrats with new help for the working poor and fresh money for road-building, education and research.