Best of Dennis – An Inconvenient Truth About Social Security

Best of Dennis… Dennis is tending to his health and hopes to be back writing very soon. The following article is the most viewed article on the Miller On The Money website and is very interesting to read again 3 years later. This article appeared on February 22, 2018. An Inconvenient Truth About Social Security Did I achieve a journalistic […]

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Social Security – The Government’s Shell Game!

The Senior Citizens League reports, “Social Security COLA (Cost of living adjustment) For Next Year Could Be 6.2%.” Mary Johnson, a Social Security policy analyst tells us: “With one third of the data needed to calculate the COLA already in, it increasingly appears that the COLA for 2022 will be the highest paid since 1983 when it was 7.4%.” This […]

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When You Get A Guarantee, Check The Hands Behind The Back!

When it comes to guarantees, don’t assume anything! A guarantee is a promise or assurance. While a written contractual guarantee strengthens your legal position, it’s only as solid as the person, government, company, insurer and court system standing behind it. In our article “How Good Is Your Comfortable Retirement Guarantee?”, I assumed some investments were guaranteed, safe and worry-free; I […]

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Best of Dennis – Can Americans Really Depend on Social Security?

Best of Dennis… Dennis is recovering from his chemo/radiation treatment and hopes to be back writing soon. This article appeared on January 12, 2017. Can Americans Really Depend on Social Security? In 1935 the government passed Social Security into law setting up a government managed retirement plan for the majority of US workers. To fund the plan, they passed the Federal […]

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Congress Wants To Fix Social Security By Increasing Benefits?

Politicians of all flavors continually remind us social security is in danger of going bankrupt. Now our esteemed leaders want to fix it by increasing benefits. What could possibly go wrong? Newsmax Finance reports on a recent interview with former fed head (Big Al) Alan Greenspan: (my emphasis) “Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan warns that cuts may be needed […]

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