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- CCH INCORPORATED
Amounts used in the Social Security benefits "Rough Estimate" are provided by CCH INCORPORATED. These are reproduced with permission from "Social Security Benefits Including Medicare," published and copyrighted by CCH INCORPORATED, 2700 Lake Cook Road, Riverwood, Illinois 60015
- Social Security Administration
To receive an estimate of your Social Security benefits from the Social Security Administration, download Form SSA-7004 from the Social Security website.
Fill out the form and mail it to the address provided by the Social Security Administration. If you're including your spouse in the plan, request two forms. Fill out one for you and one for your spouse and mail both forms to the Social Security Administration.
- Student Loan Marketing Association (Sallie Mae)
The information about financial aid in the topic Finance your child's college education was especially prepared for Quicken by the Student Loan Marketing Association (Sallie Mae).
For more information about financial aid, education loans, and how to apply, see the Sallie Mae website. You'll find a wide range of financial aid and education loan information, including calculators to help compute costs and payments, and help on what to look for when choosing a lender.
The information provided here is subject to change without notice. Sallie Mae wants this information to be as up to date and accurate as possible, but neither Sallie Mae nor Quicken Investment Services, Inc. can guarantee or warrant that it is error-free. Sallie Mae also reserves the right to change its program benefits and services at any time without notice.
- The Tax Foundation
The Tax Foundation is a nonprofit, nonpartisan research and public education organization based in Washington, D.C. It has monitored tax and fiscal activities at all levels of government since 1937.