Tag: Social Security

Can Social Security and Medicare Afford to Continue to Operate?

The American Association for Retired Persons (AARP) estimates that 10,000 baby boomers turn 65 every single day. The deluge of aging Americans and the increase in longevity in the already 65 plus population are the main reasons why the Social Security and Medicare programs are expected to have financial insolvency

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The Misconceptions Millennials Have About Social Security

On August 14, 1935, the US federal government launched its social insurance program to provide retirement, disability, and survivor benefits. Since that time, in part due to the disappearance of extended family networks, an increase in population, and a profound increase in life expectancy, it has become challenging for the

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How Can You Benefit From an Elder Law Attorney?

While the baby boomer generation ages and international migration continues, the senior citizen population of the United States is increasing rapidly. Although the US average life expectancy has seen a slight three-year decline, many Americans, men, and women live well into their 80s, 90s, and beyond. An elder law attorney

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Older Americans are Now Having Trouble Meeting Basic Needs

It is nothing short of a national tragedy; 45 percent of aging Americans are not making it financially to meet their most basic needs. Many of these older adults must routinely shuffle their available resources in an attempt to keep quality health care, a roof over their heads, lighting, heating

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