Thumbnail image from Pixabay By Rebecca Fending One of the largest concerns retirees have at the beginning of their retirement is “how am I going to afford everything?” Fear not, although your budget may be tighter during retirement, it doesn’t mean...
Thumbnail image by Nattanan Kanchanaprat from Pixabay By Holly Hargett  It’s the start of a new year and the quintessential time to get organized. It’s a fresh start to make improvements or a time to forgive yourself for not getting something...
Question: After a person dies, is the Social Security number used or reissued to someone else? (M. Ordones, Miramar)  Answer: No. We do not reassign a Social Security number (SSN) after the number holder’s death. Even though we have...
With the right anti-fraud information, you can help protect those you love. Here are the five most important resources about Social Security scams that you should know about:  Find out how to spot fake calls and emails and what to...
courtesy of Five Wishes Have you already pledged that this is the year you finally get organized? If so, you’re like many of us who have vowed to make the start of the new year the time to get everything...
From Family Features Over the past year, most people have noticed how truly unpredictable life can be. While it's impossible to predict what the next few months have in store, practicing a few fundamental financial skills can help you and...
Thumbnail image from Unsplash  By Runar Thor In 2020, American households spent an average of $4,942 on groceries, which translates to some $412 per month. But with rising prices caused by the pandemic, these numbers likely would’ve risen since then —...
Thumbnail image from Pixabay By Jan Larraine Cox  What is the purpose of your paid employment: are you earning money to purchase necessities such as food, shelter and clothing?   Or are your earnings more for amenities to make your life more comfortable or luxurious?    Some are...
Thumbnail image from Pixabay From Brandpoint Content Summer is in the air, bringing with it the impulse to make home renovations. Are you looking for ways to upgrade your home with the environment in mind, but worried about the expense? Fortunately,...
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Question: I received a letter that I have an overpayment. What should I do? (B. Kelly, Pinecrest)  Answer:  Don’t spend the extra money! Social Security will send you an overpayment notice with a request to repay the amount within 30 days.  If...
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