Any of the hundreds of scams around today can make you feel like we live in a world gone mad. How cruel can someone be to con a poor victim out of thousands of dollars? But one of the most heartless scams making the rounds is the one targeting the elderly who depend on Social Security
Medicare is replacing its old cards with new ones. They contain an 11-digit code instead of a Social Security number. Unfortunately, even though the cards have not yet been issued, scammers are taking advantage of this change. A caller pretending to be a Medicare representative will ask for payment in exchange for the new ID.
By the year 2033, Social Security’s reserve trust funds could be exhausted. Though people disagree about when the money will run dry and how to avoid it – it could happen in your lifetime. You can prepare for it by starting now. IRAs (Individual Retirement Accounts) offer young workers the opportunity to potentially receive higher