Nearly 110,000 Died Awaiting Disability Benefit Appeals Between 2008 and 2019
Those who apply for disability benefits and are initially rejected can appeal, and more times than not they end up winning their case.  But a new Government Accountability Office (GAO) report [...]
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Disability Advocates Warn Trump’s Payroll Cut Will Play Havoc with Social Security’s Finances
A new executive order from President Trump that would cut half of Social Security’s funding threatens the program’s financial foundation, disability advocates are warning. The Social Security program, including Social Security [...]
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IRS Reopens Portal to Allow Parents to Obtain Additional Stimulus Payments
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is temporarily re-opening an online tool to allow families that do not typically file tax returns to claim a $500-per-child coronavirus stimulus payment.
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