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Heather Farnsworth President Elect Of The Utah Bar

The Utah Bar Association rotates its presidents on a regular basis in an effort to generate new and fresh ideas. Back in the spring, the Utah Bar Association announced that its current president, Herm Olsen, is going to give way to a new president-elect, Heather Farnsworth. During her time as a lawyer, Heather Farnsworth has […]

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Young Workers Have a 1 in 3 Chance of Death or Disability Before Retirement

  The Social Security Administration recently released interesting statistics on an individual’s chances of becoming disabled and unable to work before reaching full retirement age.  These projections are based on an individual who is currently age 20 and who will have a full retirement age of 67. More than 1/3 of men will either become […]

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10th Annual Cancer Bites Event!

Are you tired of participating in 5k runs to support your favorite charity? Would you rather watch a movie and drink a beer? Now is your chance to support the Huntsman Cancer Society with our 10th annual Cancer Bites event!  Join us for a hauntingly good time Thursday, October 24, 2019 at Brewvies Cinema Pub. This […]

H.R. 4280 Congressional Bill

H.R. 4280 was introduced in Congress this month. It is a bill designed to update the archaic income and asset limitations for recipients of Supplemental Security Income. These rules haven’t been properly updated since 1972. It would move the asset limitation from $2000 to $10,000 and eliminate deductions for in kind support. We think this […]

Protecting Assets for Disabled Individuals

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits have strict income and asset guidelines. Generally, an individual can only have two thousand dollars and a couple can only have three thousand dollars in assets to qualify for SSI benefits.  Assets are defined as cash or items that can be converted to cash. A primary residence, a single vehicle […]

Understanding Social Security Benefits: The Childcare Dropout Years

There are many people who rely on Social Security Disability benefits to support themselves. In order for someone to budget properly, they need to know how much support they are going to receive financially from the Social Security Administration. There are numerous factors that are going to play a role when the Social Security Administration […]

Today Is The 29th Anniversary of the ADA

Today (July 26, 2019) marks the 29th anniversary of the ADA (Americican’s Disabilities Act), the day George HW Bush signed this bill into law to fulfill that Americans with disabilities have the same opportunities and quality of life as anyone else.  Match and Farnsworth has been advocating for the rights and benefits of disabled citizens […]