Not to mention confusing fares, packed planes, cramped cabins, smelly seatmates, testy flight attendants, disgusting seat-back trays, bumpy flights, late landings, dragged-out deplaning, missed connections, baggage delays, lost luggage, and aggravatingly long bus rides to your parked car. … [Read more...] about How Does North Baltimore Stack Up for Air Fares, On-Time Flights?
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Theft TypeNo. ReportsPercentage Bank Fraud 989 11% Credit Card Fraud 3,224 37% Employment or Tax-Related Fraud 1,263 14% Government Documents or Benefits Fraud 354 4% Loan or Lease Fraud 975 11% Other Identity Theft 2,538 29% Phone or Utilities Fraud 1,358 16% People in Maryland last year reported losing $18,153,947 to all categories of fraud, including identity theft, and the median loss — meaning half of victims lost more, half lost less — was $350 . … [Read more...] about The Identity Theft Problem in North Baltimore
Spank high baby costs Two other costs are part of the baby bottom line in North Baltimore. Redfin's calculations for an infant's first year include national average out-of-pocket health care costs of $1,297 for a newborn, and BabyCenter's estimate that a U.S. household spends $7,850 on baby things such as clothing, diapers and other supplies. … [Read more...] about Study Reveals What it Costs to Raise a Newborn in North Baltimore
Unemployment in North Baltimore and Maryland The local jobless rate was 3.4% in April, according to new data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. That's down from the March rate of 3.9%. In April of last year, unemployment in North Baltimore was 3.7%. … [Read more...] about Is Unemployment Up or Down in North Baltimore?
Work and pay into the program for at least 35 years. Make more money during your work years. Your benefit will be based on your best 35 years of earnings during your career, so if you can find side income opportunities you'll thank yourself after you retire. Wait as long as you possibly can to start collecting. Though you can take Social Security as early as age 62, you'll receive the largest benefit if you can hold out until age 70. Don't make too much money after you retire. Depending on your age, it's possible to lose some of your Social Security in 2019 if you earn more than $17,640 a year. For additional tips, be sure to check out our article on the best ways to boost your Social Security benefits. … [Read more...] about What’s the Average Social Security Check in North Baltimore?