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Mark Miller

Column: U.S. legislation will help retirement security, but bigger steps are needed

19 Jun 2019

CHICAGO Federal policy on retirement security is one chaotic mess right now.

COLUMN-U.S. legislation will help retirement security, but bigger steps are needed

19 Jun 2019

CHICAGO, June 19 Federal policy on retirement security is one chaotic mess right now.

Column: Ex-heads of U.S. Social Security Administration offer plan to fix agency's customer service

05 Jun 2019

CHICAGO A worsening customer service crisis at the Social Security Administration has prompted three of its former commissioners to urge the U.S. Congress to fix the annual budgeting process that has starved the agency of the resources it needs to do its job.

COLUMN-Ex-heads of U.S. Social Security Administration offer plan to fix agency's customer service

05 Jun 2019

CHICAGO, June 5 A worsening customer service crisis at the Social Security Administration has prompted three of its former commissioners to urge the U.S. Congress to fix the annual budgeting process that has starved the agency of the resources it needs to do its job.

Why pessimism on Social Security could come back to bite millennials

23 May 2019

CHICAGO Why does the word “old” come to mind for so many of us when the topic of Social Security comes up?  

COLUMN-Why pessimism on Social Security could come back to bite millennials

23 May 2019

CHICAGO, May 23 Why does the word “old” come to mind for so many of us when the topic of Social Security comes up?

Fewer Americans seeing crucial Social Security document due to budget cuts

24 Apr 2019

CHICAGO (The opinions expressed here are those of the author, a columnist for Reuters.)

COLUMN-Fewer Americans seeing crucial Social Security document due to budget cuts

24 Apr 2019

CHICAGO, April 24 It is one of the most important retirement documents you will ever receive - but fewer Americans are reviewing their Social Security benefit statement nowadays due to cost-cutting and a government push to online services that is falling short.

U.S. government weighs social-media snooping to detect Social Security fraud

29 Mar 2019

CHICAGO Getting followed on social media could soon gain a new meaning for workers applying for Social Security disability benefits. The Trump administration is working on a plan to let the Social Security Administration (SSA) check up on claimants on Facebook and Twitter in order to root out fraud and abuse in the disability program.

COLUMN-U.S. government weighs social-media snooping to detect Social Security fraud

29 Mar 2019

CHICAGO, March 29 Getting followed on social media could soon gain a new meaning for workers applying for Social Security disability benefits. The Trump administration is working on a plan to let the Social Security Administration (SSA) check up on claimants on Facebook and Twitter in order to root out fraud and abuse in the disability program.

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