This past week, the Congressional Budget Office updated its annual projections on the health of Social Security - Spending to Double over Decade and Disability Claims Rising.
Saturday, February 16
It's no surprise that Social Security is in trouble. But a DailyFinance report says there's some shocking news coming from the Congressional Budget Office's annual projections on the health of Social Security and its Trust Funds. The main takeaways: Social Security is failing faster than last year's dire projection, Social Security spending will nearly double over the next decade and disability claims are high and rising. The report provides data and charts that say the future is ugly, calling the latest Social Security news "a stern warning of a pending financial catastrophe for a program that over 50 million Americans currently rely on — and nearly everyone working in the country expects to receive." "Either taxes are going to skyrocket…
The conference will feature experts on financial planning, benefits navigator and Social Security benefits, vocational rehabilitation services, respite care, Medicaid waivers and many other transition-related services
Saturday, January 28, 2012
Marietta High School will host the annual Looking Toward the Future Transition Conference Saturday, Feb. 4 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. This annual conference sponsored by the Cobb/Marietta/Douglas Interagency Council provides families, educators and community members with information to assist students/persons with disabilities. Event registration begins at 9:30 a.m. and breakout sessions begin at 10 a.m. “Over 30 vendors are expected to participate in the conference. Breakout sessions will feature experts on Financial Planning, Benefits Navigator and Social Security Benefits, Vocational Rehabilitation Services, Respite Care, Medicaid Waivers and many other transition-related services,” said Jack Coleman, MHS Career Technical Instruction …