How Social Security Works After Retirement

How Social Security Works After Retirement

For millions of Americans, the most anticipated upcoming birthdays aren’t whole numbers but fractions, like 66 and 2 months, or 66 and 4 months. That’s because, for Americans born between 1955 and 1959, full retirement age occurs sometime between their 66th and 67th birthdays. At that point, people can start claiming their full Social Security … Read more

2021 Capital Gains Tax Rates by State

2021 Capital Gains Tax Rates by State

Image shows a post-it on a desk, next to a desk plant, calculator and other office supplies. The post-it reads, “Tax Time.” It’s important to understand capital tax rates in your state when going over investment taxes. Investors must pay capital gains taxes on the income they make as a profit from selling investments or … Read more

North Port Police Department admits to costly mistake in Brian Laundrie investigation: ‘No case is perfect.’

Brian Laundrie's parents won't have a funeral for their son, the family attorney reportedly said

Gabby Petito and fiance Brian Laundrie Courtesy of the Schmidt and Petito family A spokesperson for North Port Police said investigators made mistakes in the Brian Laundrie case. A spokesperson for the department told WINK News that officers mistook Brian’s mother for her son. “They’re kind of built similarly,” Josh Taylor told the outlet. Officers … Read more

Tom Brady says ‘should’ve held’ 600th-TD ball

Tom Brady says 'should've held' 600th-TD ball

Even Tom Brady thinks Byron Kennedy caved too soon.  The Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan became an overnight sensation after he possessed and quickly relinquished Brady’s 600th-touchdown ball on Sunday, costing himself a small fortune. Brady joined ESPN2’s “Manningcast” — an alternate “Monday Night Football” broadcast featuring Peyton and Eli Manning — during Monday’s game between … Read more

NYC Firefighters And Police Officers Join Thousands In Brooklyn Bridge March Against City Vaccine Mandate – WM Leader

NYC Firefighters And Police Officers Join Thousands In Brooklyn Bridge March Against City Vaccine Mandate – Deadline

Thousands of protesters, including firefighters and police officers, tied up traffic on the Brooklyn Bridge this afternoon with a march against New York City’s Covid vaccine mandate. The policy covering some 50,000 workers comes after similar measures for health-care and education employees and takes effect on Friday afternoon. Anyone who does not comply with the … Read more