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August 2013 Archives

Cholesterol Education Awareness Month

keepsrewards.jpgCholesterol associated health problems is a major issue in today's American society. Lowering a person's blood cholesterol has been proven to reduce stroke, heart attack and other heart related issues. Many medications are available to help a person reduce their blood cholesterol in addition to diet and exercise. Drugs that lower cholesterol are known as statin drugs. Some of today's most popular cholesterol lowering drugs are Lipitor, Crestor, Simvastatin, Vytorin, and Zetia.

Memory Problems and Social Security Disability Benefits

A Nevada woman has been denied disability benefits three times - once by her employer-provided disability insurer and twice by the Social Security Administration (SSA). Both insurers say that she can work. But she has no short-term memory because the hippocampus in her brain atrophied when her heart stopped because of complications during her second pregnancy.

Social Security Administration Finalizes Rule Change for Intellectual Disabilities

The term "mental retardation" will no longer be used in federal agencies, including the Social Security Administration (SSA). Instead, it will employ the phrase "intellectual disability. "

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Doing Things Better & Nicer. A Binder Tradition.

We do the "little things" to make your experience great!Read More

Social Security Tax Tips from Harry J. Binder

You are allowed a deduction for every expense you incur...Read More