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Second Annual Charity Softball Tournament for Children’s Wishes



At Rob Levine & Associates we have a soft spot for kids, so any charity event that benefits our local children is sure to become a highlight in our office! This summer we were a “Major League Sponsor” of the Second Annual Softball Tournament for Children’s Wishes. The event was held on July 27, 2013. […]

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Best Tires for Driving in the Snow



If you live in a climate where temperatures regularly drop below 45 degrees in winter, like in Rhode Island, Massachusetts or Connecticut, you’ll want to consider investing in season-appropriate tires. Driving in snow can be challenging and treacherous. Having tires designed for better traction and stability in poor weather can help you maintain control of […]

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What the Expected COLA Increase in 2015 Means for Disability Benefits



Disabled individuals are often on a limited income and may rely heavily – or solely – on Social Security disability benefits to make ends meet. Not surprisingly, the annual Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) announcement may be much anticipated among disability recipients. It has not yet been announced, but experts are estimating another slight increase […]

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Types of Benefits That May Affect SSDI Benefits



Some benefits will affect your Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, while others won’t. It’s important to have a clear understanding of how your benefits will impact one another so that you can plan for the future accordingly. If you’re unsure whether or not your SSDI payments will be affected by other types of benefits […]

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My SSDI disability benefits are taxed?



In Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut, most people who receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits wind up not having to pay taxes on their benefits. However, if you have other income, you may have to pay taxes on a portion of your SSDI benefits. The information below is only a brief overview of the […]

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