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Social Security is the foundation of financial well being for millions of people in retirement. Yet, for all its importance, the program can be a complicated maze. People often wonder whether they’re eligible, how much of a benefit they may receive, when they should start collecting and whether Social Security will be there when they need it. Right now, we’re joined by THE man who can give us some answers! Jonathan Peterson is the Executive Communications Director at AARP and the author of Social Security for Dummies, the second edition was just released – Jonathan, welcome!
1 What’s the biggest and most important thing we need to know regarding changes in Social Security Administration policies?
2. How should we factor Social Security into our overall retirement plans?
3. What can we do to ensure we’re receiving our maximum benefits?
4. With so many fears about identity theft and cyber security threats, what tips can you offer to keep our Social Security safe?
5. Where can we get more information?
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UNREDACTED with Rachel Marsden: Lifting the black ink to reveal the covert information and intelligence around global events.
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Corina and Gavin discuss how some media companies around the world are driving over 80% of their referral traffic from Facebook to their websites.
They also discuss Twitter now live video offering Periscope and how media companies could use it effectively.
Model Angela, Desi, and Houston ReRe go in with weekly gossip, caller feedback, and more! Also call-in to discuss this week's topic at 347-202-0389.
Featured Topic: "Should a women be judged on the type of pics,video she post on social media?"
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Living a full life means we are always changing, always adapting always striving to reach our full potential. Creating an exciting business is how our guest Donna Drake Lives it up with her TV show Live it Up!
Hear how she takes on opportunities and how you can too
With heartfelt dedication to motivation, "Live it Up!" delivers what the world needs most: hope. Join award-winning host Donna Drake and her amazing friends for weekly video adventures that educate, entertain and prove without a doubt that the power to improve our lives – and shape a better world around us – lives inside us all.
Tune in on your time to hear celebrity entertainers, sports legends, top journalists, business icons and everyday heroes share their stories of triumph over dire circumstance, of optimism in the darkness, of keeping faith in the face of despair.
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Brian A Cohen Host
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Join us Tonight @ 8pm Topic: How Has Hip Hop Impacted Social Change Among The People? Music is definitely a unversal concept in which we all can relate to in connects us in ways that are sometimes unexplainable. Hip Hop has helped us to deversify and reach beyond race. Tonight, tune in as we express our views and please feel free to call in and express yours! Show Date: 3/31/2015 Show Times: 8pm Est| 7pm Cst| 6pm Mst| 5pm Pst To voice your thoughts, CALL: 213.559.2995 Share: Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/Etc
MARY JANZEN,Teacher on Special Assignment for Common Core Literacy in History and Social Studies with Fresno Unified School District & STEPHANIE DIXON, Professional Development at ABC-CLIO
RESOURCES FOR THE C3 FRAMEWORK AND ITS AFFECT
ON TEACHING & LEARNING
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April is autism awareness month. If your are a parent, caregiver, teacher or therapist who is seeking fun and effective ways to teach social competence, this is the show for you. Expert, Elizabeth Sautter’s new book, Make Social Learning Stick, offers a variety of ways to develop children who have difficulty following directions, thinking about others, being flexible, reading non verbal cues, working in small groups, participating in conversation, advocating for themselves, seeing the big picture and making friends.
Join Elizabeth Sautter and me on Tuesday, March 31, 10-11 A.M. CT US, as we discuss effective, creative and user-friendly structure that are easily tailored to meet a child’s developmental level, needs, or challenges.