By Chuck Stovall Social Security Administration If you’ve recently begun receiving Social Security benefits or plan to apply in the near future, you may be wondering this tax season: are Social Security benefits taxable? The short answer is: sometimes. Some people have to pay federal income taxes on their Social Security benefits. This usually happens […]
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Chuck Stovall is an assistant district manager with the Social Security Administration.
If you are age 65 or older and haven’t signed up for Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance), now is the time to consider doing so. The general enrollment period for Medicare Part B runs from Jan. 1 through March 31 each year. Before you make a decision about general enrollment, we want to share some […]
Wise taxpayers may want to take advantage of winter months indoors to prepare for tax filing season this spring, whether you are a small business owner, a retiree, or a new parent.
Old Man Winter arrives this month. For much of the United States, that can mean the possibility of temperatures below freezing and winter storms.
Another New Year is just around the corner, offering a new opportunity to improve your life in any number of ways with a wise New Year’s resolution or two. But, one good idea for many might be creating (or updating) a long-term financial plan.
SOCIAL SECURITY On Nov. 11, we honored our nation’s veterans for their service to America. What better time than now to tell you—and for you to help spread the word—about the many benefits and wealth of information Social Security has available for veterans and military personnel. Social Security recognizes those who put their lives on […]
SOCIAL SECURITY Succulent turkey (smoked), Savory stuffing, baked ham with the pineapple rings, Maraschino cherries and cloves, green bean casserole, homemade macaroni and cheese, greens, chitlins, corn bread, giblet gravy, cranberry sauce, sweet potato pie, pound and German chocolate cake, peach cobbler and homemade ice cream. Whew!! I need to stop, but I could keep […]