From the farmhand to the blue-collar worker to the wealthy, all citizens need allowances from time to time. Some individuals have tasks that exceed the margins of normal justification to the rule, by including the responsibility for other people’s lives, welfare and livings. These are called “bosses” and have the well being of a community to consider.
The safeguards and allowances sometimes get sidetracked by having pitfalls within the system itself. No one in Alabama, should they be on welfare or disability, can let what is owed them be diminished by any means.
Anyone granted an allowance automatically should receive an amount standard to the nation’s average. This can be subverted, however, by your choice. When asked if you would like plan A, B or C, what you are granted and what is turned over is up to you.
Read the literature. Take what is granted by the Federal Government. Don’t change the procedure in place.
So many people struggle to get by because of a decision that they are prompted to make: keep to the plan a value is already set at 3/4 lower than what is said poverty. Is there a need for a standard higher than this?
Changing the plan in itself drags the whole of the economy down by placing people outside the consumer index standard so that shop owners and merchants can only deal with the middle class and wealthy.
Alabama’s populous and dynamics are changing. With the percentage of people so high, it puts a strain on the economy, individually and statewide. More allowances; more growth, more people placed back into the consumer clientele of a more robust and healthy Alabama.
Some streamlining of the allowances should be considered — when someone retires or is placed on disability to insure a calm transition into pitfalls that occur without warning.
— R.D. Hicks, Springville