If a website violates Section 1140, and you link to it, your site violates Section 1140, and are liable for $5000 civil penalty for every click on that link; and so every website linking to your website would also be in violation, and so on, even if you have a commercial ad server company running the ads on your site and cannot click them because that would be cheating. besides, if a website convincingly pretends to be Feds and you do click the link, how would you know they're not?Read more »
Senior citizens who receive Social Security benefits cannot refuse their entitlement to Medicare Part A benefits, the D.C. Circuit ruled in a strange case in which citizens sued the government seeking fewer benefits. They said their private insurers limit their coverage because they are eligible for Medicare.Read more »
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Two sisters denied social security numbers from government bureaucrats file suitRead more »
Government services will be cut at every level. Potholes will deepen, infra-structure problems will worsen, pension plans will become insolvent, school systems will declare bankruptcy, police and fire protection will be reduced, etc. etc. You will be "nickled and dimed" in terms of new fees and taxes. Public unions will strike, providing further disruption. But when there are no funds, there is nothing to gain.Read more »
The U.S. Treasury and Labor Departments will ask for public comment as soon as next week on ways to promote the conversion of 401(k) savings and Individual Retirement Accounts into annuities or other steady payment streams, according to Assistant Labor Secretary Phyllis C. Borzi and Deputy Assistant Treasury Secretary Mark Iwry, who are spearheading the effort.Read more »
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