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Jim Palmieri is a senior strategic policy advisor with the financial security team in the AARP Public Policy Institute. Jim specializes in the areas of Social Security, retirement and financial security.
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Social Security policy, retirement and financial security
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Economics, PhD Indiana University
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Hello @WebWiseWoman   I'm very sorry to hear you missed the deadline due to homelessness. This is certainly a very difficult time for a lot of people, and I hope things are better for you now.   My expertise is in Social Security and not Medicare, so...
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@GailL1  The two reports on our website were written by Armour and Knapp specially for the Public Policy Institute, so these are the actual papers, and are on our website. You can get to their first paper on the changing picture of who claims Social ...
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@g373896p, Social Security benefits are often reduced for people with work histories in “uncovered” employment (meaning they were employed in jobs where they did not pay Social Security taxes), and because of this work receive a pension from a public...
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  @cn8777  Good morning. The announcement on any change in the Medicare Part B monthly premium isn't expected until November, although early indications are that it will be around $10. Many Social Security beneficiaries will see increases in their mo...
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@gardenparty Yes! Definitely something to keep a watch on in November.
JimLPalmieri 10-19-2021 08:24 AM
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Hello @WebWiseWoman   I'm very sorry to hear you missed the deadline due to homelessness. This is certainly a very difficult time for a lot of people, and I hope things are better for you now.   My expertise is in Social Security and not Medicare, so...
JimLPalmieri 10-21-2021 01:02 PM
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@GailL1  The two reports on our website were written by Armour and Knapp specially for the Public Policy Institute, so these are the actual papers, and are on our website. You can get to their first paper on the changing picture of who claims Social ...
JimLPalmieri 10-21-2021 12:50 PM
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@g373896p, Social Security benefits are often reduced for people with work histories in “uncovered” employment (meaning they were employed in jobs where they did not pay Social Security taxes), and because of this work receive a pension from a public...
JimLPalmieri 10-20-2021 09:54 AM
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  @cn8777  Good morning. The announcement on any change in the Medicare Part B monthly premium isn't expected until November, although early indications are that it will be around $10. Many Social Security beneficiaries will see increases in their mo...
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@gardenparty Yes! Definitely something to keep a watch on in November.
JimLPalmieri 10-19-2021 08:24 AM
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Hello @WebWiseWoman   I'm very sorry to hear you missed the deadline due to homelessness. This is certainly a very difficult time for a lot of people, and I hope things are better for you now.   My expertise is in Social Security and not Medicare, so...
JimLPalmieri 10-21-2021 01:02 PM
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@GailL1  The two reports on our website were written by Armour and Knapp specially for the Public Policy Institute, so these are the actual papers, and are on our website. You can get to their first paper on the changing picture of who claims Social ...
JimLPalmieri 10-21-2021 12:50 PM
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@g373896p, Social Security benefits are often reduced for people with work histories in “uncovered” employment (meaning they were employed in jobs where they did not pay Social Security taxes), and because of this work receive a pension from a public...
JimLPalmieri 10-20-2021 09:54 AM
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  @cn8777  Good morning. The announcement on any change in the Medicare Part B monthly premium isn't expected until November, although early indications are that it will be around $10. Many Social Security beneficiaries will see increases in their mo...
JimLPalmieri 10-20-2021 06:16 AM
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@gardenparty Yes! Definitely something to keep a watch on in November.
JimLPalmieri 10-19-2021 08:24 AM
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