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Carper’s Paradise

No Comments 31 October 2010

Carpers Paradise
This is gonna be great! Wayne was in the passenger-seat of his fathers BMW turning to address his mother and younger brother, Shane. It will be if you can keep clean for five bleedin minutes! said the lovely Tracey, Waynes mother.
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Lighting: A bright new world of dazzling delights
As the clocks go back this weekend, and the prospect of dark mornings and evenings loom ahead, now is the perfect time to think about lighting. The general rule is to establish how you use each room in the house and then combine different types of lighting to create the right mood. Kitchens need bright, practical lights for cooking, but eating at the kitchen table suits something a bit more …
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Grand Hyatt New York Enters Final Phase of 0-Million Renovation
Bentel & Bentel and Looney & Associates are transforming the guest experience with their contemporary designs.
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Logitech K800
The Logitech Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800 is a worthwhile refresh with updates that include a Unifying receiver for consolidated USB port access, rechargeable AA NiMH batteries, and Logitech’s comfortable PerfectStroke key design. If you do your typing in the dark, the adjustable backlit Wireless K800 won’t disappoint.
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Q&A: What does this knob do on a Stannah Stairlift?

1 Comment 30 October 2010

Question by Jeffrey L: What does this knob do on a Stannah Stairlift?
What does tis knob do and how is it operated? I cannot push, pull, move, or turn it. Here are two photos:
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I know I already asked this question, but it expired before I got a serious answer.
I don’t want to contact Stannah. I have tried in the past becuse of other issues, but because I did my own installation of a used unit, they were not willing to help me.

Best answer:

Answer by Stan P
E-Mail Stannah Stairlifts with the same references and ask for a reply

What do you think? Answer below!

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Reverie Adjustable Bed

No Comments 29 October 2010

Reverie Adjustable Beds – Electric Motorized Powered Frame for Adjustable Beds. Call ElectropedicBeds at (800)727-1954 www.ElectropedicBeds.com for information on Reverie the manufacturer of the elderly medical senior adjustable bed powered power bed; available in twin, full, queen, king,…
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Social Security Disability: The Future of the System

No Comments 28 October 2010

Social Security Disability: The Future of the System

Becoming disabled before retirement can be a huge financial blow. In addition to having to deal with medical bills and lost income, Northwestern Mutual states that a two-year disability at age 50 can reduce total investment accumulation by 30% at the time of retirement. The Social Security Administration (SSA) says that three out of every ten workers will become too disabled to work before they reach retirement age. Further, 7.8 million people received Social Security disability benefits last year according to SSA in its publication “Workers Insured for Social Security Benefits, 2010.” For most people, knowing that SSA provides disability benefits is a comfort. Few of us, however, know who is covered, how this safety net is funded, or how to apply for benefits if we need assistance.

Where do disability benefits come from? Disability benefits are paid by SSA from two similar sources, SSDI and SSI. In general, if you have worked and paid into the Social Security system for the required number of quarters and are suffering from a severe disability that prevents you from working, you can apply for SSDI benefits. You pay premiums for national disability coverage with every paycheck earned over your working life. However, if you have not worked for a long time, your coverage can lapse. If it does, you no longer qualify for SSDI and must apply for SSI.

SSI covers individuals who are not covered by SSDI, such as severely disabled individuals who simply cannot work, young people who did not work long enough before the onset of their disability to qualify for SSDI, and individuals who stopped working for whatever reason and allowed their coverage to lapse before applying for disability benefits. SSDI and SSI make payments to people who have not yet reached retirement age. After retirement, payments are continued under Old Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI).

How is Social Security funded? According to SSA, most Social Security funds come from payroll taxes paid by employers and employees. Additional income comes from interest earned by the Social Security trust funds and from an income tax paid by about one-third of beneficiaries on their Social Security benefits. In 2009, the two Old-Age and Survivors Insurance and Disability Insurance Trust Funds collected 7.5 billion in revenues, which means that at the moment, Social Security is paying for itself.

In order to apply for disability benefits, you must present medical records and a medical history giving a diagnosis of your condition and demonstrating that you will be unable to earn a living for at least 12 months or that your condition is expected to end in death. 75% of applicants are turned down at their initial hearing. 90% of applicants are turned down at their first appeals hearing.

While it is permissible to represent yourself at these hearings, it is often much less stressful and success is more likely if you allow a trained Social Security disability lawyer or other knowledgeable professional to assist you in preparing and presenting your disability case.

Despite the hurdles to receiving disability benefits, most Americans are grateful it exists and don’t understand why it is being questioned. Reasons include the fact that more and more Americans are reaching retirement age, qualifying for Social Security, and are living much longer lives than people did 60 years ago. There are also many more disability claims as the population ages. Finally, the national deficit is increasing at an alarming rate, and our representatives are looking for ways to trim the budget to pay that debt.

Almost 20% of the national budget is allocated to Social Security, making it a high-profile target for budget cuts. There is no question that the federal budget must be cut. The problem is what to cut and who it will affect. We cannot help but hope that Congress will not flip the bill upon those among us with the least means to cope.

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Eugene Watson specializes in writing about Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). He spends his time researching and commenting on various aspects of Social Security Disability law.

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New World Mobility Selects Nokia’s GSM Equipment for Hong Kong Network Expansion.(Brief Article): An article from: China Telecom

No Comments 27 October 2010

New World Mobility Selects Nokia’s GSM Equipment for Hong Kong Network Expansion.(Brief Article): An article from: China Telecom

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