The Supreme Court will Decide if Medicaid Recipients May Sue for Mistreatment

The case of Health and Hospital Corporation of Marian County (HHC) v. Taleski is before the Supreme Court and will have a ruling within the next three weeks.    This case is about Gorgi Talevski, an Indiana man suffering from

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SSA Ranks Among the Lowest in Employee Engagement and Communication

The Federal News Network reported that the Social Security Administration (SSA) ranked near the bottom when surveyed about employee engagement and inter-office communications. Mark Hinkle, the SSA Press Officer said the poor results are likely due to increased workload as

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Early Retirement Financial Impact

The Washington Post recently published a story about the strategic advantages to delaying Social Security retirement benefits.  If you’re sixty-two and you choose to wait to collect payments, the 2023 8.7% increase will be factored into your total eligibility. That sum

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