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What health-care provisions are effective in 2013?

With the Supreme Court’s favorable ruling on the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), more of the law’s provisions will become ...
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Why Women Need Social Security

Did you know that the first person ever to receive ongoing Social Security benefits was a woman?  Ever since Ida May Fuller received the first retirement benefit check in ...
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My husband and I are divorcing after 30 years of marriage. Will I still be able to receive Social Security retirement benefits based on his earnings record after our divorce? Answer:

Yes. If you already receive Social Security based on his earnings record, you’ll continue to receive it as long as you live (or in some cases, until you remarry). If you don’t ...
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High-Income Individuals Face New Medicare Taxes in 2013

Two new Medicare-related taxes take effect in 2013: an additional 0.9% payroll tax on high-wage earners, and a 3.8% tax on the unearned income of high-income individuals. Here’s ...
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I’m getting remarried. How will this affect my Social Security benefits? Answer:

If you’re receiving benefits based on your own work record, your benefits will continue. If you’re receiving spousal benefits based on your former spouse’s work record, ...
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