The United States Social Security Administration has ordered the family of a man declared dead in Findlay, Ohio, to repay $47,000 it gave them on his behalf. The man was declared dead last year, even as he stood in front of a judge.
A Homeland Security rule, set to go into effect Sept. 14, is being challenged by labor rights and civil rights groups. At issue is the extension of the "no-match letter based on SSA records, to require the firing of any employee whose data is flagged.
Kevin Hillburn with Prudential was the guest speaker of Edward Jones Investments financial advisor Daren Blonski on Aug. 15 at the Sonoma Valley Chamber of Commerce. The topic that Thursday morning was "knowing your Social Security Benefits."