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What to Do When Social Security Overpays

The SSA has overpaid billions of dollars in benefits to Social Security recipients. An overpayment occurs when Social Security gives you more money in a month than you should have gotten. What can you do when they want those payouts back?

What Is the Lifeline Program?

The Lifeline Program is a federal program that works to lower the cost of phone and internet services for low-income American households. With the reduced costs that Lifeline provides its customers, seniors can stay connected on a budget.

Can Alzheimer’s Disease Be Prevented?

While new knowledge becomes available each year about promising potential treatments for Alzheimer’s disease, recent research is also focusing on the prevention of the disease or mitigation of its symptoms.

The Benefits of Taking Social Security Early

The Benefits of Taking Social Security Early

The amount of your social security benefit will not be reduced if you begin receiving it at an early age. Because you’ll take it at a younger age, your monthly payment will be smaller than if you had waited, but…

The Alzheimer’s Epidemic and Memory Care

The Alzheimer’s Epidemic and Memory Care

There is usually a long preclinical phase to Alzheimer’s disease, which gradually worsens over time. Initial symptoms are often mistaken for normal aging and include problems with language, mood swings, disorientation, loss of motivation, poor self-care, and behavioral issues. There…

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