Yes, at age 62 I could claim Social Security benefits. But I won’t.
After talking with you for decades about your Social Security benefits and the tactics you might use in claiming benefits, I’m looking at my own situation. 329 more words
Wellbeing and science aficionado Joe Issa has said something regarding discoveries which put the most extreme living age for people at 114 years for men and 115 for women, expressing this puts Jamaican Violet Moss Brown in her very own class. 583 more words
Fine, anyone who can work out the video from that blog title, without looking, I’m stunned. Why? Because the song is over 40 years old, was only ever a B side of one of their more famous hits, but I loved it, and it fits, so… Yes, if anyone has heard the song before, please let me know! 575 more words
Discussion ebbs and flows on the topic of U.S. spending. Of particular interest to several of my liberal friends is military spending. Frequent Facebook posts on this subject claim that military spending consumes over half the budget. 755 more words
A stakeholders’policy workshop was held yesterday (24 January 2018) on the highly topical issue of Extended Working Life policy, at the NUI in Dublin. The event involved a presentation of preliminary policy-relevant findings from the EU-funded project, Gender, Older Workers and the Life-course, by project leader Dr Áine Ní Léime of NUI Galway. 402 more words