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Retirement Planning

Strategies of saving money in order to meet one's financial goals upon retiring. This can be through the use of 401(k), IRA and/or pension plans to name a few.

Asked in Retirement Planning, Social Security

How much do dwarfs get from Social Security a month?

Don't automatically assume a dwarf, or little person, is disabled. Many work in a professional capacity, just like their taller counterparts. Some are doctors, lawyers, college professors, salespeople, etc. If a little person becomes fully disabled or retires, he or she receives benefits based on how much he paid into Social Security during his working years, just like anyone else. Someone who is disabled before age 22 receives benefits based on a parent's work record. ...
Asked in Retirement Planning, Social Security, US Army, US Air Force

Can you join the US military with no Social Security number and just a tax ID number?

No. You have to have a valid Social Security number, which the military will check to ensure is yours. ...
Asked in Retirement Planning, Medicare and Medicaid, Social Security

Is a wife entitled to her deceased husband's Medicare benefits?

You are entitled to receive Medicare benefits under your late husband's earnings records; however, you must be 65 years old or disabled before you can enroll. ...
Asked in Medical Insurance, Retirement Planning, Medicare and Medicaid

When you turn 65 must you take medicare?

Answer You can decline part B but part A is free so I can't imagine why you wouldn't take it ... In either case you'll have tons of trouble with your secondary....
Asked in Oral Health and Dental Care, Retirement Planning, Medicare and Medicaid, Wisdom Teeth and Oral Surgery, Root Canals

Does medicaid pay for root canals partials or crowns when pregnant in the state of Louisiana?

Medicaid will pay for root canals, partials, crowns, etcetera regardless of state and pregnancy status. There are only specific offices that offer these treatments for medicaid patients, though, so make sure you visit an accredited dentist that accepts this form of payment. ...
Asked in Medical Insurance, Retirement Planning, Medicare and Medicaid

Does Medicaid cover braces in Nebraska?

This will probably require prior approval, which will likely depend on whether the patient has the required Salzmann Index score. ...
Asked in Retirement Planning, Medicare and Medicaid

Does Medicaid pay for housing?

No; however, Medicaid pays for long term care. ANSWER: With reference to the seniors and elderly, medicaid does not pay for housing, but they do pay for long term care services if you are qualified. Normally, your income must be $2000 and below to be eligible for medicaid long term care benefits. ...
Asked in Medical Insurance, Retirement Planning, Medicare and Medicaid

What the letter d stands for on a medicare card?

The letter D on a patients Medicare number means the person is a widow.
Asked in Retirement Planning, Social Security

What are untaxed Social Security benefits?

The government taxes for most social security benefits. If you make no money, then you don't have to pay taxes for social security. ...
Asked in Retirement Planning, Social Security

What does social security mean?

Social Security is a federal government program that helps disabled and retired people. ...
Asked in Mobile Phones, Telephones, Annuities, Retirement Planning

What is the phone number for travelers life and annuity?

Travelers Life and Annuity Headquarters address: 385 Washington Street Saint Paul, MN 55102 United States Phone: 651-310-7911 Fax: 651-310-3386 ...
Asked in Immigration, Income Taxes, Retirement Planning, Social Security

What is the normal wage for an adult working in a kitchen in a hospital with a social security number?

In the US the federal Minimum Wage FOR 2010 IS 7.25 PER HOUR. SOME states do have different minimum wage amounts above the Federal minimum wage amount of 7.25. Today July 22 2010. Go to the LABORLAWCENTER com website ...
Asked in Retirement Planning, Social Security

Why is it necessary to have a social security number before you apply for a job?

Technically it's not. It's necessary to have a social security number before you start a job, which is slightly different. The US requires that all businesses obtain proof that their employees are actually eligible to work in the country, in the form of either a social security card or a "green card" (A US Passport can be used instead of a social security card, but it will still have the social security number on it.) ...
Asked in Retirement Planning, Social Security

If you have forgotten your Social Security number how can you find out what it is?

Follow this link to the official Social Security Administration website. This particular page gives instructions on how to get a replacement card if your original one has been lost or stolen. You can get the form needed from your nearest SSA office. Or download the application for replacing a SS card at the SSA site. I believe it is SS5 (not positive though). How about look at your last years' tax return copy? I bet it is there. Look at old tax forms,...
Asked in Retirement Planning

What is semi-retirement?

Semi-retirement usually means that you have quit your regular (or career) job but you are still working and earning money in some capacity. This work could be a part-time job or starting a business where you control your hours. People work during semi-retirement because either they need the money or they want to stay busy. In either case semi-retirement usually implies that you need the job less than when you were working in your career job. ...
Asked in Canada, Retirement Planning, Social Security

Does Canada have social security?

No, it's chaos... of course we do.
Asked in Retirement Planning, Social Security

My husband draws disability from social security when i retire how much will i get from his?

ZERO your husbands disability income has to do with his inability to work and has nothing to do with you in life or death. ...
Asked in Florida, Retirement Planning, Medicare and Medicaid, Unemployment

Can you get Medicaid and unemployment in Florida?

There's no bar to doing so - however, to be eligible for Medicaid you must be under 18 or caring for someone under 18, over 65, or permanently and totally disabled. Also, UIB income might make you ineligible. ...