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US / Fiscal Cliff and Unemployment Insurance: four options to extend benefits and their costs

The unemployment insurance (UI) system is a partnership between the federal government and state governments that provides a temporary weekly benefit to qualified workers who lose their job and are seeking work. The amount of that benefit is based in part on a worker’s past earnings. CBO estimates that UI benefits totaled $94 billion in … Continue reading

Update | AS Social Security run out of money retirement at age 65 could be delayed

Social Security program to run out of money by 2035 | Economy | News | Financial Post The Social Security program will exhaust its trust fund in 2035 and have to start reducing benefits to senior citizens unless Congress intervenes, its trustees said. That is three years sooner than projected in 2011 for the retirement … Continue reading

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