Work and pay into the program for at least 35 years. Make more money during your work years. Your benefit will be based on your best 35 years of earnings during your career, so if you can find side income opportunities you'll thank yourself after you retire. Wait as long as you possibly can to start collecting. Though you can take Social Security as early as age 62, you'll receive the largest benefit if you can hold out until age 70. Don't make too much money after you retire. Depending on your age, it's possible to lose some of your Social Security in 2019 if you earn more than $17,640 a year. For additional tips, be sure to check out our article on the best ways to boost your Social Security benefits. … [Read more...] about What’s the Average Social Security Check in Germantown?
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What is 5G? 5G is the fifth generation of mobile technology which is an improvement of today’s 4G technology with enhanced capabilities. 5G technology provides the platform for new and emerging technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Big Data to improve the way we live and work. … [Read more...] about EXPLAINED: NCC clears doubts over 5G, COVID-19 and security
All in all, Quibi's preview slate left me entertained enough to recommend installing the service's generous 90-day free trial at launch, even if Murder House Flip wound up being one of the platform's more boring "this could've been on normal TV" options in the end. After trials run out, the service costs $5/mo with ads, or $8/mo without them—and by then, we'll see how its daily, news-driven content (unavailable in preview form) fits into the Quibi promise of entertainment designed around smartphone consumption. And in the meantime, I hope Quibi doubles-down on that Sesame Street-like quality and cranks up the nerdy content. YouTube is proof positive that the eight-minute format can work great for gadgets, games, science, and health, which Quibi sorely lacks as of press time. … [Read more...] about Quibi, day one: This phone-focused TV service really isn’t that bad
The tally, which excludes mortgages and other loans secured by real estate, is expected to show consumer borrowing increased by $15.6 billion, up from a gain of $12 billion the previous month. That gain in January pushed total consumer credit to a record $4.2 trillion. Consumer borrowing is closely followed for clues to the willingness of households to go into debt to support their spending. … [Read more...] about This Week: Debt tally, PriceSmart earns, consumer sentiment
With regards to the application of Industry 4.0 technology on daily life, the government leader noted the need to effectively train and utilise the country’s highly-skilled human resources, while developing the labour market in a healthy, synchronised, and modern manner. … [Read more...] about Vietnam needs a social welfare package for COVID-19 people: PM
I can tell you, I wouldn’t have gone to school if not for government policy of the late Chief Obafemi Awolowo. Here I am today, l am expressing myself; l am addressing you because government policy made it possible for me to go to school. When I see a number of children roaming the streets… go to the North-East, all the tension and crisis and killings that we are seeing came about, basically, from the negligence of successive governments in training our future generations. So, the PFN amplifies our position. I don’t care where you come from, we are in need of a government that can make these basic provisions available to our people and I don’t care what party that is. … [Read more...] about 2019: “We hold Buhari to his word that elections will be free and fair”