Social Security

2019 Status of the Social Security and Medicare Programs

Past In April of 1935, politicians passed the Social Security Act through the U.S. House and in June through the Senate; it was signed into law by President Roosevelt on August 14, 1935. [1] Ida May Fuller became the first beneficiary of recurring monthly retirement payments on January 31, 1940, with a check for $22.54. …

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Capital One Data Breach

Wall Street Journal July 29, 2019 Capital One Financial Corp. , the fifth-largest U.S. credit-card issuer, said Monday that a hacker accessed the personal information of approximately 106 million card customers and applicants, one of the largest-ever data breaches of a large bank. <https://www.wsj.com/articles/capital-one-reports-data-breach-11564443355> Fox News July 29, 2019  Authorities claim a Seattle software engineer…

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Status of the Social Security and Medicare Programs

Past In April of 1935, politicians passed the Social Security Act through the U.S. House and in June through the Senate; it was signed into law by President Roosevelt on August 14, 1935. [1] Ida May Fuller became the first beneficiary of recurring monthly retirement payments on January 31, 1940, with a check for $22.54. …

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Status of the Social Security and Medicare Programs

Past In April of 1935, politicians passed the Social Security Act through the U.S. House and in June through the Senate; it was signed into law by President Roosevelt on August 14, 1935. [1] Ida May Fuller became the first beneficiary of recurring monthly retirement payments on January 31, 1940, with a check for $22.54. …

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Social Security Update

Past In April of 1935, politicians passed the Social Security Act through the U.S. House and in June through the Senate; it was signed into law by President Roosevelt on August 14, 1935. Ida May Fuller became the first beneficiary of recurring monthly retirement payments on January 31, 1940, with a check of $22.54 ($493…

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