What does a NYS Benefits card look like?

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With additional income streams, that would be true. You have a good way of figuring out what people want to ask.

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I am insecure about how I look, rate me by my description?

No picture here kid. Your a child, your growing, your not fully developed yet. Give it time. All the beauties and good-looking guys get worse as years go by and those who were just so so turn out great. Just be the best you can be, accept yourself and others will accept you.

Two $ 1.00 Charges to my credit card on 5/5/2014

Call your credit card company to ask who charged the $1.00. It is possible that there is a $1.00 charge and a $1.00 credit; that's one way a company might verify that your card is valid.

How are SSD/SSI benefits calculated?

SSD/SSI benefit amounts are determined by a formula which is based upon your earnings record. The formula allows for yearly increases in order to adjust for cost of living. The amount of your benefits will be based on your average earnings for all of the years you have been working, not just your ...