Complete Guide to Inheritance & Social Security Benefits

The world of social security benefits can be bewildering. There are multiple programs, with multiple acronyms. Even with the recent efforts by the Social Security Administration (SSA) to provide more accessible information, the layman can start to feel like a rat trapped in a maze. The following are some basics on social security benefits and…

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Social Security Back & Forth – Is An Attorney Needed?

Yeah, you may know what social security is but do you have any idea how it works or if maybe you need an attorney? A new article posted by Yahoo Finance describes 10 straight facts regarding social security.  How do you know you may not need to find a social security attorney to make sure…

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Working During Retirement Could Lead to Social Security Withholding

If you’re retired and still working you better watch your back.  Don’t think everything is fine and dandy with you receiving Social Security benefits and a healthy paycheck.  If this statement appeals to you, then part or all of your social security benefits could be temporary withheld. You can fully retire when you’re 66.  But…

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No Difference in Social Security Benefits Between Heterosexual and Same-Sex Marriages

So how is same-sex marriage impacted by Social Security?  Well, the same as how heterosexual marriage is impacted.  To bust the myth, there is no difference.  You get reduced Social Security benefits when you turn 62 or chose to wait until 66 to receive the full compensation.  Heck, if you wait until you’re 70, you…

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Get the Best Social Security Benefits Assistance

People who are denied Social Security Disability benefits need help.  The arduous process to get the benefits that you are entitled to requires assistance from a professional.  The Kenneth G. Marks Law Firm specializes in Social Security Law, and can help you get your benefits. Generally, once denied benefits, people usually appeal to one of…

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Hamilton Man Billed $2,000 From Forty Year Old Clerical Error

Rudolph Weiglein of Hamilton, Missouri better hire a social security attorney after discovering he owes $2,000 from a claim filed forty years ago! What’s even stranger? The claim didn’t belong to Weiglein, it belonged to his mother who claimed survivor benefits in 1965 after the untimely death of his father. The clerical error will force…

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