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Action programs of government intended to promote the welfare of the population through assistance measures

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Social security: Action programs of government intended to promote the welfare of the population through assistance measures
Social security is "any government system that provides monetary assistance to people with an inadequate or no income". In the United States, this is usually called welfare or a social safety net, especially when talking about Canada and European countries.

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Does working past 70 affect my Social Security benefits?

If I work past 70, even though my employer keeps deducting for Social Security, will earnings during year age 71 be used to recalculate my benefits?
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A Debate Recap, and a Debate Preview: This Week in the 2020 Race

Also this week, Kamala Harris releases a long-awaited plan, Elizabeth Warren wants to expand Social Security, and President Trump has a new Republican challenger.
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Videos for Social security

Warren Would Expand Social Security [Video]Warren Would Expand Social Security

Elizabeth Warren said she would expand Social Security. The Senator, who is running for President, would increase benefits by $200 a month for every current and future beneficiary. Se said she would..

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White House hopeful Warren would expand Social Security retirement benefits

U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren said on Thursday that if elected to the White House, she would expand Social Security, the retirement program administered by the federal government, by increasing..
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Elizabeth Warren’s Social Security Plan: Raise Benefits by $200 a Month

In her latest proposal to redistribute wealth in the United States, Ms. Warren calls for raising taxes on the rich to expand Social Security benefits.
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Twitter moves to foil hackers after Chloe Grace Moretz's feed hijacked

A tweet from the Hollywood actress's account claimed to reveal Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's Social Security number
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5 Indicted in Identity Theft Scheme That Bilked Millions From Veterans

The defendants obtained Social Security numbers and bank account information from a technician who worked for the military, the Justice Department said.
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Consider survivor benefits, life expectancy when collecting Social Security checks

Not everyone's an expert on Social Security. But planning ahead and understanding survivor benefits can avoid budget disaster after a spouse's death.
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Democrats or Republicans: Which party has the best plan to fix Social Security?

Changes will soon need to be made, so it's time to consider which line of thinking should be applied to Social Security.
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Capital One data breach: 1 arrested, tens of millions of customers affected

capital one data breach: 1 arrested, tens of millions of customers affected
A hacker gained access to personal information from more than 100 million Capital One credit applications, the bank said Monday as federal authorities arrested a suspect in the case. Paige A. Thompson,..
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Equifax to pay up to $700M in ‘17 data breach settlement

equifax to pay up to $700m in ‘17 data breach settlement
WASHINGTON — Equifax will pay up to $700 million to settle with the U.S. and states over a 2017 data breach that exposed Social Security numbers and other private information of nearly 150 million..
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Amy Klobuchar unveils plan to address medical needs of aging Americans

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Amy Klobuchar is unveiling a comprehensive proposal to help older Americans and their families. Her plan would tackle chronic conditions like Alzheimer's,..
CBS News - Published

Do the math. Here's why you shouldn't claim Social Security at 62

How will you decide when to claim Social Security? Many would-be beneficiaries use an analysis which tells them the age when it makes the most sense.
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Medicare and Social Security on insolvency paths, report warns

The bedrock retirement programs for middle- and working-class Americans are in shaky financial shape, report shows
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Almost all Americans take Social Security at wrong time, losing out on $111,000 study says

Only 4% of retirees claim the benefit at the optimal time. Everyone else is losing out on $111,000 per household
CBS News - Published

Doing this one thing with your Social Security could mean losing $100,000 in retirement

Americans will lose $111,000 per household by taking Social Security benefits too early into their retirement, rather than using their own savings.
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3 things that'll cause your Social Security benefits to go down

The average Social Security beneficiary today receives $17,532 a year Here are three things that will cause a reduction to your benefits.
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What happens when Social Security goes broke?

Even though Americans fear Social Security won't be around in the future, isn't going to go belly-up and suddenly stop paying out benefits.
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Older Americans are relying too much on Social Security as a main source of income

Older Americans are relying too heavily on Social Security as their main income source. Many are claiming benefits at age 62, lowering monthly payouts
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Here's how much we'd need to raise taxes to fix Social Security right now

This one quick change would fix Social Security for good, if we were to do it right away.
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Social Security and Medicare Funds Face Insolvency, Report Finds

The social safety net programs are fraying as baby boomers age, the trustees of Social Security and Medicare said, but a political fix seems far away.
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Social Security is a lifesaver but far from perfect. Here are 3 rules we hate

Social Security is far from perfect. There are certain "rules" within the program that I'm fairly sure we can all agree we would prefer to see gone.
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3 reasons why your retirement plan shouldn't hinge on Social Security

Many workers don't save for retirement (or don't save a lot) because they're planning to fall back on Social Security, and that's not a good thing.
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You need to know these Social Security tips now, even if you're years from retirement

Here's how to get as much as you can out of Social Security – now and in the future as you get closer to planning for retirement.
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On Disability and on Facebook? Uncle Sam Wants to Watch What You Post

The Trump administration wants to use Facebook and other social media to help identify people who are receiving Social Security disability benefits without being truly disabled.
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You're entitled to a minimum Social Security benefit – if you've worked long enough

If you have a long enough work history, you're entitled to minimum benefits under Social Security. The longer you've worked, the higher the amount.
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Don't even think about claiming Social Security until you understand these 3 things

Far too many retirees simply claim Social Security ASAP without fully understanding the implications of this choice.
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5 groups of people who will never receive Social Security benefits

Social Security is not an entitlement. Being an American citizen doesn't guarantee you'll qualify for these protections or a retired worker benefit.
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3 reasons you might want to wait to file for Social Security and avoid early retirement

Social Security is a key income source, and if you want to make the most of it in retirement, you'll need to be strategic about when you file.
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How Social Security could get benefits boosted to help most vulnerable like widows

Despite a looming funding shortfall, proposals to enhance Social Security benefits are being circulated.
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Social Security plan robs from future to pay for past

Every penny this tax increase raised would be a penny that does not go toward deficit reduction or causes Democrats claim to care about: Our view
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My Social Security 2100 Act shows that Social Security is affordable: Rep. John Larson

It’s a false choice to say we can’t have both Social Security and expanded opportunities for young people, writes Rep. John Larson, D-Conn.
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Planning to claim Social Security at 65? You may want to rethink that.

Though 65 is when Medicare kicks in, it's not full retirement age for Social Security purposes. And not knowing that difference could hurt you in the long run.
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This is how much claiming Social Security early costs you

The decision about when to claim Social Security is one of the biggest you'll ever make, and the choice has implications for the rest of your life.
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Latest Social Security scam call makes you out to be the criminal. How to avoid falling for it.

Con artists try to steal your Social Security number by claiming you need to verify the number in order to clear your name after a drug bust.
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