Framing himself as a politician who’s unafraid to share “hard truths” with the American people, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is proposing an income cap on Social Security benefits as part of major restructuring plan announced ahead of a likely presidential bid.
Authorities say Nakia Calicat’s daughter received Social Security from infancy to age 3, but when the young girl died in 2010, Calicat continued to collect her Social Security checks for four years.
How does getting more money sound? Laurence Kotlikoff, Philip Moeller and Paul Solomon have three tips for getting the most out of your social security.
By Jim Donovan: Millions of older Americans who rely on federal Social Security benefits will get a 1.7 percent increase in their monthly payments next year, the government announced Wednesday. The increase amounts to about […]
Each year the Social Security Administration lists thousands of people as dead who are actually very much alive! 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds it all has to do with erroneous entries in what is known as the Death Master File.
74-year-old Nancy Gonzalez was sentenced Monday to six months in prison — and then six months house arrest after she admitted stealing more than $155,000 in Social Security checks.
Imagine how social security was first administered. Now imagine how the Affordable Care Act could look in 75 years.
Social Security recipients can expect a little extra cash in their monthly checks beginning in January. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan joins us now with a look at the numbers.
New Castle County Police is warning residents of a phone and email scam that has been reported during the past week.
China recently passed an Elderly Rights Law, requiring adult children to stay connected with their parents.
In China, an adult’s failure to visit elderly parents has just become illegal. In some cases it is illegal in the states as well.
A Social Security Administration review revealed that Janet Wilson had not reported her daughter dead and was still receiving her Disability and Social Security checks.
Think you’re putting away enough money for your retirement? A new study might have you think again.
The report by state Comptroller Matt Boxer released Wednesday shows the state paid $23 million to prisoners over a 22-month period ending in April 2011.
Results for both Pennsylvania and New Jersey were fairly consistent with the national list of the most popular names.