Monthly Archives: March 2012

Qualifying for spousal disability benefits after divorce?

If you are the divorced spouse of a worker who dies, you may qualify could get benefits just the same as a widow or widower, provided that your marriage lasted 10 years or more. Contact the SSA to find out … Continue reading

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How will the end of the war affect employment for Veterans?

Feds Are Gearing Up for Veterans’ Return to the Workforce, and Employers Must Prepare as We Welcome Our Veterans Home.  Read more about it here.

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New take on how to fix the financial drain on the Social Security system.

A columnist has an interesting take on how to solve the financial woes of the Social Security system.  What do you think?

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New Rules to Help Veterans with Sexual Trauma Disability Claims

The Veterans Administration is taking a more proactive approach to claims of sexual trauma by veterans.  Considering that many such claims have little to no evidence to prove the claim, these rules should help the military veterans who are victims … Continue reading

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Is it fair to compare Veteran Affairs to the Taliban?

After a 2 1/2 fight for benefits, one former soldier feels that “Veteran Affairs as bad as Taliban” according to a recent headline.  Read more here and give us your opinion.

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