New GAO Study Confirms That Social Security Staff Are Routinely Making Mistakes

A new GAO report confirms what I have been writing about for yours. Social Security staff is giving bad and, potentially, awful advice on a routine basis — advice that cost you tens of thousands. The staff is underpaid, undertrained, and overwhelmed. My advice – No not ask Social Security anything. Use commercial software and do your homework and then tell, don’t ask, Social Security what to do.

Man Booker Prize for Fiction Announces 2016 shortlist

Man Booker Prize 2016 nominee Madeleine Thien Paul Beatty, Deborah Levy, Graeme Macrae Burnet, Ottessa Moshfegh, David Szalay and Madeleine Thien have been announced as the six shortlisted authors for the 2016 Man Booker Prize for Fiction. Among the nominees, novelist, playwright and poet Deborah Levy, shortlisted this year for Hot […]