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June 2018 Archives

Michigan's Attorney General says $250M in child support collected

On June 20, Michigan's Attorney General announced that he and his office have now successfully recovered $252,567,153 in child support from deadbeat parents during the past 15 years. The state's Child Support Division was founded in 2003.

Social Security and Medicare are slowly becoming bankrupt

On June 9, the Social Security Administration (SSA) issued an alarming warning to many who received benefits from them. They announced that this year marks the first time in nearly 36 years that they've had to dip into their reserve fund to be able to properly compensate those who were slated to receive benefits this year.

Chronic pain and your inability to hold gainful employment

When a Michigan employee is unable to work due to a medical condition, he or she could be eligible for certain types of financial support available through the Social Security Administration. This is also true for you if you are a person who is struggling with issues related to a chronic pain disorder.

What's a broker's role in a real estate transaction?

If you're selling your home, then you've likely heard the words "realtor" and "broker" thrown around. While you may readily think of the person who you contact to either buy or sell a home as a realtor, you may not know what the role of the broker is.