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Wednesday October 5, 2022

Social Security
Linda asked, "When should I take my Social Security? I will turn 57 this year and have a strong earnings history, having...
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Hurricane Ian Disaster Relief
At publication time, Hurricane Ian has passed over Florida and has touched down in South Carolina. Nearly two million Florida residents are without power. The estimated fatalities from Hurricane Ian is now over 20. Florida Emergency Management Director Kevin Guthrie stated on Friday that the number of deaths could be higher than reported. Hurricane Ian was a Category 4 storm when it reached the west coast of Florida on Wednesday with winds over 125 mph during most of its path through Central Florida. On Friday, President Biden spoke with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and Federal Emergency...
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How to Improve Your Balance
After taking a fall last month, my doctor suggested I start doing balance exercises. Do you have any tips for...
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Social Security
Linda asked, "When should I take my Social Security? I will turn 57 this year and have a strong earnings history, having...
More
How to Improve Your Balance
After taking a fall last month, my doctor suggested I start doing balance exercises. Do you have any tips for...
More
Hurricane Ian Disaster Relief
At publication time, Hurricane Ian has passed over Florida and has touched down in South Carolina. Nearly two million Florida residents are without power. The estimated fatalities from Hurricane Ian is now over 20. Florida Emergency Management Director Kevin Guthrie stated on Friday that the number of deaths could be higher than reported. Hurricane Ian was a Category 4 storm when it reached the west coast of Florida on Wednesday with winds over 125 mph during most of its path through Central Florida. On Friday, President Biden spoke with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and Federal Emergency...
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