What’s Changing For Medicare and Social Security?

For millions of Americans, Social Security, Social Security Disability, and Medicare is a crucial part of their livelihood, but it can also be extremely confusing to understand. Recently, President Obama signed into law a bipartisan budget bill that changes Social Security and Medicare. Regardless of what side of the political aisle you’re on, it’s important to know and understand the changes that were made and how the changes will affect millions of Americans.… [Read more]

Expat Benefit Frauds: It’s Not Really Benefitting Us

Unless you’re one of us yourself, the world of expats is probably this big black hole of visas, tax issues, remittances and more that you can’t be bothered to concern yourself with. And I can’t blame you – expat issues aren’t something anyone would choose to read up on in their free time. However, as the world gets “flatter and flatter” and borders become more and more blurred with people working remotely and moving overseas, the number of expats is exponentially increasing.… [Read more]

Reduce The Risk of Getting Fixed: Solving Unsustainable Social Security Trends

It’s not secret that Social Security isn’t and won’t be around forever unless major change takes place. In fact, more than one-third of retirees rely on their social security for 90 percent of their income, reports AARP. The Social Security scare doesn’t only apply to your beloved parents and grandparents, it applies to people who are receiving Social Security disability (SSD) benefits.… [Read more]

Living with Parkinson’s: No Longer Shall I Be Chief Spider Warrior of the House

This is why it’s always better to listen to Momma than it is to fight spiders.

I have always been the Spider Fighter in the family. Gail is deathly afraid of spiders. For me, it’s bees and wasps. Ever since I’ve known Gail, when there was a spider to be dispatched and I was around, it was my job to send the spider to his Spider Hell.… [Read more]