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Jill on Money
Jill Schlesinger, Certified Financial Planner® and CBS News Senior Business Analyst, draws on her career as an investment advisor to prepare readers for creating future optoins for themselves and their families--and for having fun along the way. Schlesinger also welcomes questions from readers.
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"So being married to that jerk is finally paying off!" said Sandy, after I explained how she could collect the equivalent of one-half of her ex-husband's Social Security retirement benefits.
This year is the golden anniversary of Medicare, the U.S. government's sprawling health care initiative, which President Lyndon Johnson signed into law in 1965.
In honor of Social Security's 80th anniversary, I am devoting the better part of August to the popular government program. To qualify for Social Security retirement benefits, you need to have worked at least 10 years.
In August 1935, in the midst of the Great Depression, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed The Social Security Act, establishing a national plan to provide economic security for the nation's workers.
A number of unrelated events in different parts of the investment world have provided an excellent summer school for investors.
"Greedy adult children have become rapacious consumers of their parents' money!"
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