Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on February 10, 1971 · Page 24
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 24

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, February 10, 1971
Page 24
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1971, PAGE 24 Does Social Security Owe You Money? Does Social Security owe you money? If you areaSocialSecur- Ity beneficiary and had some Social Security benefits withheld in 1970 due to an estimate of earnings higher than $1680,it is possible Social Security owes you additional benefits for the year. This happens when actual earn- jngs are lower than the estimate made at the beginning of the year. Social Security uses a beneficiary's estimate to determine what checks are due him for the year. If the estimate is greater than $1680, $1 for every $2 must be withheld until the earnings reach $2880.00. If the earnings exceed $2880, $1 is withheld for every $1 earned over the $2880 limit; thus, a beneficiary who estimates his earnings at $2500 will have $410 withheld. If his actual earnings are $2200, the amount withheld should be $260. In this case $150 too much was withheld. The correct amount of benefits due for the year is determined when the annual report of earnings Is filed. Social Security requires that a beneficiary who earned more than $1680 in a calendar year file an annual report of earnings if: (1) he was under 72 for any part of the year and he earned more than $1680, or: (2) he had benefits withheld due to an estimate of earnings greater than $1680. This report is due by April 15, 1971. A person who does not file by April 15 may lose additional benefits. The Social Security District Office at 1930 N. Harlem Avenue, Elm wood Park will help you with your report. A personal visit is not necessary. Youmayphonethe office at 456-4900. You should have a copy of your .W-2 or tax return handy when calling. Meissner Retires as / Sunday School Superintendent Mr. Herbert Meissner,. 1214 S. J2th Avenue, Haywood will retire from the position of Sunday School Superintendent at St. John Lutheran Church this Sunday, February 14th. He has served in this position for 25 years. The event will be marked in both the Sunday School and the Church services. Mr. Louis Osenberg will assume the duties of Sunday School Superintendent. Originally appointed by Rev. P.E. Kretzmann in 1946, Mr. Meissner has served with • distinction. He has worked closely with the congregation's Board of Christian Education always demonstrating his love for children. He showed an openness to continual changes time has brought to Sunday School work over the last quarter century. His concern for quality education was demonstrated by his In- sistance upon adequate training for teachers and good quality material. Mr. Meissner.estimates that he has seen 400 teachers come and go during his time of service. . Although it has diminished somewhat in recent years, St. John Sunday School still has an enrollment'of 500 children. Classes are taught on all levels, beginning with 3 year ols, every Sunday of the year at 9:15 a.m. Mr. Herbert Meissner was Service Manager for Mercedes-Benz, Inc. of Oak Park, Illinois until his retirement a few years ago. Vitefir Edward R. LAMBKE Commissioner yf. J]s RECetir SURVEY REVEAIEP •'THAT WHEN PEOPLE WERE ASKEP WHOM THEY TOKU TO 4* A SOURCE OF HEALTH lUFORMAnOU.aZ PEECEUr MEUTIOUED PHARMACISTS — S.ECOMP <p,vty TO THEIR DOCTOR. STEP by STEP A toddler grows to kindergarten age. Then it's time for grade school, high school ... and soon, college! Will you be ready? You can be, if you make Xt sure your savings grow, step by step along with your child. Open an interest-bearing Savings Account with us. Modern Facilities, Complete Banking Services for Your Needs A FULL SERVICE BANK :J FOREST PARK 3T NATIONAL BANK Member Federal; Insurance Corporation 7348 MADISON 5T2JE1T, FOREST PAftK, ILLINOIS SUBURBS: ?C 6-037*. CHICAGO: ES 8-2O6? A FULL SERVICE BANK

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