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Find Your Future LA
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over 6 months ago

Heads up! We’re going to be at the Countywide Youth Resource Fair. The fair is on Tuesday, July 16, 2019 from 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM. Meet us at The California Endowment on 1000 Alameda Street! See you soon.

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Heads up! We’re going to be at the Countywide Youth Resource Fair. The fair is on Tuesday, July 16, 2019 from 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM. Meet us at The California Endowment on 1000 Alameda Street! See you soon.

#employment #jobs #hiring #recruitment #jobsearch #job #work #career #nowhiring #education #careers #recruiting #jobhunt #business #youth #training #recruiter #jobseeker #employmentopportunities #future #resume #workshop #free #birthcertificate #socialsecurity #dental

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Hello! We’re Find Your Future, an online platform connecting LA youth ages 16-24 to job, education, & support resources. We’ll be posting events, spotlighting specific resources, & more! Join now at findyourfuture.la

#employment #jobs #hiring #recruitment #jobsearch #job #work #career #nowhiring #education #careers #recruiting #jobhunt #business #youth #training #recruiter #jobseeker #employmentopportunities #future #resume #workshop #free #birthcertificate #socialsecurity #dental

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Dustin Neuenkirk
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over 6 months ago

I'm 31, Disabled, been on SSI my whole life, been trying to get a job for the last few months, it's so bad that not even McDonald's will take me. Am I stuck on SSI now? The people who manage my money for me would never let me get a job because "it will impact your SSI" I'd make more WORKING!!!!

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Edwin Storz
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over 6 months ago

At 55 yrs old, Social Security wasn't in my plans, though it is what is, i am not as good as i once was, but just as good as i'll ever be, it's true, i am no quitter and look forward to whatever life brings. Having worked Mechanical Construction & Maintenance for over 30 yrs, i can still make things happen, with the right People?

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Alfonso Martinez
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over 6 months ago

So, I must send out a warning to all of you who are contemplating getting what is owed to you from the Social Security program, " Do Not do it online!" Reason

Number 1: The site does not fully answer your questions even though they show some references!

Number 2: once you file that's it! No turning back. Once you post that information, you cannot change it. That is why you should go to your nearest SS office an do it in front of a person that can answer your questions as you file!

Number 3: I was born in 55, this year I will be 63, my true retirement age to get full benefits is 66, 2 months. If I file today, it is less then what the full percentage is and that's it, If I retire at age 70, I get even more every month. This is all given to you through the website however, it is not fully disclosed to you about the information inbetween the lines! Again, file at the SS office!

Number 4: You must ask about what types of numbers they take away from you when you file and if you have a job, unemployed, self-employed and so on. It is imperative you ask those questions as it will save you grief! Do not file on-line! Bite the bullet and go to your nearest office! And yes, take book, you cannot take food or water, you are there for quite a while so make sure your phone is fully charged, an you can't talk on the phone in there, but your can surf the web.

There is so much more to this, but please, know this, it is a good thing, and it is a bad thing. Good if you can live off of what they give you, bad thing if you can't and need to have a job, as long as you make under $1420 a month you are safe, anything over you loose some $$$.

Good luck to any of you thinking about this retirement road! And once again,do not do it online! Go to the nearest office!

God bless you all,

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Marcie Davis
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over 6 months ago

I was looking on the Social security website and noticed my employer of almost 4 years hasnt paid in my s.s that he took out of my check. I questioned him about this and my taxes. State, fed , S.S. and Med. He said he had not gotten around to it, everytime he got the extra money his wife spent it... 3 years 9 months.. hello? I asked him about it again a few weeks later he said that he was told he didnt have to pay it in hr could claim a lose.. i told him he could claim a lose on his business but not payroll tax. He took them out of my check.. he give me a W-2. He had to pay them in. If not he is stealing from me.. because my Social security shows i have not worked in the almost 4 years ive been with him. 4 days later he let me go.. no warnings no write up. No explanation for letting me go... i asked him why he said he would not defended his reasoning for letting me go.. WHAT DO I DO NOW?

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Laura Chitester
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over 6 months ago

Like most of you I am job hunting. I went on social security disability in 2003, had multiple surgeries which caused more pain and problems but finally had reconstructive surgery in 2016. It has lessened my pain so I feel like I can work a little to supplement my income. I’m blessed to have a wonderful husband who has been responsible for most of the bills but now I want to help ease his stress. Here’s my dilemma. Because of the income restrictions ss has( and I’m not saying they shouldn’t) I can only make a small amount of money. I have a job currently working from home but I get yelled all day by clients. I have an extensive background in customer service and HR so that’s my wheelhouse. My problem is do I look for just a job or do I get in PT in a position that leads to advancement down the line if in fact I can physically come off ss and work full-time? I am also deciding about WAH and brick and mortar. I can’t lose my benefits until I’m sure I can in fact work but having a good income would make my husband’s life easier. I’ll take advice from anyone that wants to reply but please do not accuse me of milking the system. I don’t have to work, I want to work. BTW. I am 52 and aware that my age and gaps in employment since I got hurt will be red flags. Thanks for reading.

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Faith Oglesby
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over 6 months ago

I’m grateful to have another interview, am having second thoughts about the place I am having the interview at. Also, if I take a full-time position I lose my other benefits. I’m a mature worker, but on permanent disability. Am allowed to make $1080 gross extra every month, but a full-time position would cause me to lose my insurance, etc.

I have another appt setup to see if I can get assistance finding a job for people with disabilities, but the case manager asked me why I’m looking for a job. I can take that statement either positive or negative. With our current government taking benefits away and threatening to mess with Sicial Security, does anyone have any thoughts as to whether I should risk going on this interview or waiting to see what our President and GOP does to Social Security?

Thanks for any feedback.

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Is this what we work up into and past our 60's for? 40%? Why isn't 100% available if me and my employer(s) are contributing to this, who gets the other 60%?

Have you ever wondered about this? Did you even know this? Are you still telling your children they "need to be an employee on a job instead of the Boss of the Company?

Change Your Mind! Its 2018... Not 1918.

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