The 1950’s are often looked back on as a time of simple perfection. With warm nostalgia, propagated by television and movies, contemporary Americans unfairly view the decade as a time of blissful naiveté. The time period was not without its problems but the loftiness heaped upon it may actually contain some truth: A recent paper by the Federal Reserve shows that those born in late 1930’s are richer than those who came both before and after.
Treasury, IRS reverse stance that Social Security beneficiaries would need to file tax returns in order to receive direct payments.
The draft interpretations could affect mortgage loans and premium grace periods.
The researchers estimate the GDP reduction was equal to about three times the death rate.
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