SOCIAL SECURITY: INFORMATION & UPDATES Will a health savings account change my SSA retirement?
Q: I am considering use of a heath savings account plan at work. Using one would reduce my taxes but have a secondary result of lowering my earnings for Social Security.Can this reduce my future Socia... Posted on 12/2/13 at 12:51 PM
STAFF BLOG CITY STREET BEAT Grand Forks’ first school officer retires
More than 50 students took a seat Wednesday on the floor of the library at Grand Forks Valley Middle School awaiting police Cpl. Susan Shireks presentation.
Today is a great day, Shirek told the gr... Posted on 10/17/13 at 6:31 AM
SENSE AND CENTSIBILITY Should I Give Money to my Adult Child?
When I work with clients who give money to their adult children, I am always curious why. Since preparing a comprehensive budget is part of the counseling process, the topic often comes up. The adult ... Posted on 8/11/13 at 7:55 AM
THE NEW FORTY Retirement Kyle...
My neighbor Kyle just retired. I imagine this life transition will be an interesting one for Kyle as he is a "do-er" and now he has a lot more time to "do". Not that he doesn't know how to relax - he ... Posted on 6/28/13 at 7:58 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Rural Reflections Radio
Here is this week's Rural Reflections Radio program, Deb's Retirement... Posted on 10/5/12 at 6:17 AM
North Dakota’s skilled labor workforce is among the youngest in the country. The portion of skilled laborers — electricians, welders, machinists — approaching retirement age in North Dakota is well below the national average, according to data compiled by an international labor market analysis firm.
Every year, wrens make their home in a nest a few feet from the Esckilsens’ kitchen window in Nekoma. Clinton and Joyce, both 78, enjoy watching them busily attend to their little ones. The avid bird watchers delight in seeing their feathered friends frolic in the back yard birdbath.
First-term North Dakota Republican Kevin Cramer said as much Wednesday, fielding questions about flood insurance, the debt ceiling, immigration reform, gun control and Social Security reform at a town hall event at Babb’s Coffee House in downtown Fargo.
North Dakota District Judge Joel Medd was feted Wednesday on his retirement as the longest-serving state judge on the bench. Medd, appointed in 1979 by Gov. Art Link, was elected to the position six times. His official retirement date is Sept 1.
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