In 2013, AMAC—The Association of Mature American Citizens—took a big step with the creation of the AMAC Foundation, Inc., a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit entity designed to serve Americans. The Foundation’s mission is to help protect and ensure the financial security, health, and social lives of current and future mature Americans, and to help Americans navigate the bewildering array of decisions they need to make.
The Foundation’s projects and plans include providing factual information that improves understanding of the positive value of Social Security and Medicare and the current and long-term challenges these programs face, as well as providing interpretations by Certified Social Security Advisors through AMAC publications, workshops, webinars, podcasts, and telephone support.
In addition, the Foundation serves all Americans in a variety of capacities, including provision of a source of education on the principles of American Free Enterprise, long-term retirement financial planning, and preparing for life—and potential employment—after retirement.
We invite you to learn more about the Foundation and its operations at www.AmacFoundation.org
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Can we sue them?
No Confidence for Commissioner Saul. He needs removed now! And, yes take Gruber with him.
There was no business reason for this. Saul is an outsider who has no clue how this agency is run or how hard the employees work. I think Say and Gruber should be removed. Neither one of them have any confidence from the employees. Furthermore, employees need to file AN intentional Infliction of Emotional Stress Suit on both of these people. Shame on them
Sue the Social Security Administration for violation of workers rights