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Harvard Study: Social Security In Far Worse Shape Than Official Numbers Show
Over the last 15 years, the Social Security Administration’s Office of the Chief Actuary has consistently underestimated retirees’ life expectancy and made other errors that make the finances of the retirement system look significantly better than they are , a new study by two Harvard and one Dartmouth academics concludes.
About an hour before dawn on a February morning this year, Elton Bandoo was asleep in his room when he was suddenly awoken by a loud bang and the sound of the windows of his North Miami Beach home being shattered. 1,605 more words
Unless specifically exempt, workers protected by the FLSA must receive overtime pay. The president asked Secretary Perez to update the “white-collar exemptions” that exclude certain professional, executive and administrative employees from having to be paid overtime. 125 more words
Good? Bad? It depends on your point of view I guess, but there should be no debate it is expensive. And the crazy way we did this leaving it to the states puts many low-income Americans in a coverage gap not eligible for Medicaid or a Obamacare exchange, which excludes people eligible under the new rules for Medicaid even if their state did not expand Medicaid. 244 more words