7 Changes to Social Security in 2022

Since it was enacted in 1935, Social Security has been responsible for providing a financial base for retired workers in our country. Today, more than 65 million Americans receive a monthly payment, of which about 72% are retirees. In addition, nearly 22 million beneficiaries are lifted out of poverty each …

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The business of agriculture | To free

My grandparents got exactly one paycheck a year, usually in mid-August when they took the calves to market. I was probably 5 or 6 years old the first time I was able to attend the auction and sit in the gallery while the cattle were auctioned in lots. I don’t …

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Law Enforcement Requesting More Time To Apply For PTSD Workers Comp

TALLAHASSEE – Florida police chiefs are calling on lawmakers to give their officers more time to qualify for workers’ compensation benefits for post-traumatic stress disorder. Police say the time limit made it nearly impossible to qualify officers. Clearwater Police Chief Daniel Slaughter said the number of officers suffering from post-traumatic …

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After 401 (k) account growth takes a head start, Vestwell CEO scrambles to make big hires and abdicates presidency in favor of released Lori Hardwick

Seeing a projected 300% growth in plan sponsors, Aaron Schumm promoted one executive, added another and reshuffled his board, putting Hardwick in the lead. Vestwell CEO Aaron Schumm has just handed over his chairmanship to Lori Hardwick as part of a reshuffle of his senior management team, after experiencing tremendous …

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California regulators assess $ 868,318 in audit penalties

The California Workers’ Compensation Division fined claims administrators a total of $ 868,318 and ordered them to reimburse $ 332,826 in unpaid claims as a result of audits conducted in 2020, according to latest review report agency profile audit. The 2020 audits revealed unpaid indemnities on 10.06% of the 2,833 …

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