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Сегодня, пожалуй, не удастся встретить человека, который бы ни пользовался интернетом. Зайти на сайт можно через любой удобный вам гаджет – персональный компьютер, ноутбук, планшет, даже мобильный телефон. А это значит, что вы сможете скрасить интересным общением и просмотром анкет любую свободную минуту. Застряли в пробке, ожидаете приема специалиста, едите в командировку – вместо того, чтобы скучать, поболтайте с интересным собеседником!

Доступностью! Знакомства без регистрации не требуют никаких финансовых вложений. Вам не понадобиться отправлять смс или оплачивать доступ к интересующим анкетам – вся база данных находится в вашем распоряжении. Это очень удобно, ведь вы одинаково сможете пообщаться с людьми из своего города или же познакомиться с пользователем из другой точки страны, в которую, к примеру, собираетесь съездить в ближайшее время. Бесплатный сайт знакомств позволяет общаться с любым количеством людей и в любое время без ограничений!

Масштабностью! Речь идет не только о том, что на сайте присутствует множество анкет людей из всех городов нашей страны и ближнего зарубежья, но и о широте целевой аудитории, которую по праву можно назвать стопроцентной. Что это значит?

Здесь общаются люди всех возрастов, с любыми внешними данными и разнообразными интересами. Знакомства также имеют совершенно разные цели – от обычного общения переписки до сексуального партнерства и создания семьи. Просто стучите – и вам откроют!

Общайтесь без ограничений! Вы уже определились с выбором, увлечены ежедневными переписками и приятными эмоциями от общения с симпатичным вам человеком, но еще недостаточно его узнали или просто не хотите торопить события?

А между тем, одних только сообщений становится недостаточно и пора бы перевести общение на новый уровень, но как это сделать?

На сайте предусмотрена возможность видеозвонка! Это означает, что вы можете просто поговорить голосом, как по телефону, или провести полноценное виртуальное свидание. Такая функция полезна при самых различных знакомства. Романтически настроенным парам она поможет немного раскрепоститься и к первому реальному свиданию избавиться от неловкости, друзьям из разных стран – без труда увидеться и показать друг другу свой быт, тем же, кто ищет сексуального партнера, провести «мини-собеседование», чтобы понять, насколько человек подойдет для реализации желаний. Как найти подходящего собеседника для общения и не только? Так как многие пользователи стремятся завести знакомства для серьезных отношений, на сайте предусмотрены весьма подробные анкеты. К примеру, если для дружбы по переписке внешние данные человека не имеют особого значения, то для более перспективных целей они важны. Наш сайт знакомств позволяет быстро и без регистрации просматривать анкеты пользователей из всех предложенных городов. Воспользовавшись поиском, вы можете сразу указать самые весомые критерии, а после уже приступать к просмотру всех подходящих предложений. Для более продуктивного знакомства, стоит определиться с типажом интересующего человека, его возрастом и местом жительства. Начинайте изучения найденных анкет с просмотра фотографий, и если пользователь вам симпатичен, приступайте к изучению информации, оставленной им в анкете – узнайте об интересах, увлечениях, отношении к тем или иным вещам, а также предпочтениях в выборе собеседника и основной цели знакомства. On dating while differently abled. I’m differently abled, which sometimes makes dating complicated. For the past handful of dates I’ve been on, I decided I would be upfront and tell all of my dates that I walk with a cane or service dog and have limited use of my left hand. One of these days I might decide to surprise them but for now I’ve been telling people. Here’s what happened. My first date met me at a bistro for lunch. I had called ahead to ask about accessibility and if the restaurant had both booths and tables with chairs. I don’t sit well in booths and I didn’t want to meet someone for the first time and have to reposition myself if I started to slide down in my seat. I was informed that the establishment was accessible and that tables with chairs were available. I arrived before him, only to find that large parties sat at tables with chairs. Disappointed, I sat down in a booth and waited. I was glad he wasn’t there yet because it meant I could take my coat off alone, which can be a long, awkward process. He came after a short wait and we started talking while we waited for our orders. I had salmon, primarily because it was easy to cut up without having to use both a knife and fork. Sandwiches are an option, but not the safest or most graceful choice. How big is the sandwich? Is it easily contained?

I can only hold the sandwich with my right hand so if it’s large and messy, I become the very messy eater. I say “very” because I tend to make a mess anyway. The date itself was neither good nor bad. My favorite part was when he got up at the end of the meal to use the restroom and I could put my coat on without him seeing. When we said goodbye, he stood there and did nothing so I shook his hand. I couldn’t walk away because I had to wait in the vestibule. I don’t drive so my parents drive me to my dates. It’s certainly not the ideal situation but I am grateful to have a ride. When my parents pulled up to the restaurant, I went outside and climbed into the car. They have a large vehicle so it usually takes extra time for me to get inside. The process was uneventful except for the fact that my date was standing off to the side, talking to a woman and watching me. I was surprised when he said he wanted to see me again because I didn’t think the first date had gone well enough and didn’t appear to be anything between us. We went to see a movie. The movie was good and the date was boring, until we went out into the lobby and both my brothers were waiting for me. Embarrassing totally tops boring. There was one more dinner after that, with a bad kiss that I take full credit for. I went in for a hug while he went in for a kiss and in my confusion I just kind of pressed my mouth against his without even puckering my lips. Smooth. I set up a date with a different guy at a restaurant. My date said there was a really long wait at the restaurant we were supposed to go to. We decided it would be better to go across the street to a less crowded place. Are you in your mid-to-late twenties? I am. Have your parents ever met your date before you actually had the first date?

Mine did. Have your parents ever given your date a lift before the first date? Mine did. Instead of walking across the street, my date and I climbed into the car with my parents and they drove us over to our new dinner spot. He had some difficulty not staring at me in the wrong way, although it wasn’t too bad. Dinner was nice. I did my best to keep the conversation going. He seemed sweet. When we were ready to leave, I put my coat on in front of him. I wasn’t fast and the coat got caught on the back of my chair but I did not worry about it the same way I had worried about it with Guy 1. If Guy 2 is going to date me he’s going to have to get used to the way I put on my coat. We left the restaurant and got back into my parents car to take him to his car in the other parking lot. He hugged me goodnight and thanked my parents for the ride. The two of us texted all week. The plan was to go to the movies over the weekend. My sister was going to drive me this time. I felt like he was becoming less nervous. Each day he would text me “good morning” when he woke up and “goodnight” before he went to bed, with sporadic conversation in between. He was still a man of very few words. A couple nights before we were supposed to meet again, I thought it would be sweet if I said goodnight to him first and decided to give him a call. My third date wanted to talk on the phone before we met. If the talking went well, we would go from there. He had a stutter. He said dates were more difficult when women met him without first talking to him over the phone beforehand. We talked all week for hours. He was charming. The phone calls, mostly serious with a touch of playfulness and flirtation, flowed well. We were having a good time and I was really looking forward to the date. I was riding the bus home from work on the night of our date when he called. He told me he was nervous because he’s never been on a date, “with someone like you before.” I asked him if he meant someone with a disability. He said yes. I told him we didn’t have to go out if he didn’t want to but he said he still wanted to see me. I was disappointed. I realize that when someone meets me the person might need to take a minute or two to adjust and get used to the way I look or how I walk. He was being honest, which isn’t a bad thing. However, the way in which he phrased his feelings was a total turnoff and could be construed as rude. Moreover, it is not my job to make anyone feel comfortable around me. It is enough of a challenge to constantly have to adapt to environments and situations that cater first to those without disabilities. When dating, I have to think about accessible entrances, accessible seating, accessible food, and understanding that I am probably going to be different from other people my date has previously dated. That’s enough to take into consideration, along with the typical concerns. Your comfort is on you. Your comfort is up to you. Maybe it was a good thing there was an issue before the date because it meant the bad part was over. The date itself was great. All those phone calls definitely paid off. We talked as if we were on our second or third date. It was a number of little things that made the night lovely. He ordered mussels for the appetizer. I was doing an okay job de-shelling them but he very politely said he would do it for me. During dinner, he had originally been sitting across from me. When the coffee arrived, he decided to move so he was sitting next to me. He helped me put my coat on, no questions asked. There was a moment where I could sense his frustration while I was trying to slip my arms into the sleeves but he waved it away. His hand was on the small of my back when we walked out of the dining room into the lobby. It was time to say goodbye, which happened to be right when my dad got out of the car in case I needed help getting in. My date had pulled his car up but he’d come back one more time to say goodnight. I motioned to my dad to get out of sight as my date walked over to me. We kissed while I pretended my parents weren’t waiting in the car right in front of us. As I continue searching for someone to share life with, I have to keep in mind that we all have our own differences, quirks, issues, and concerns with how others perceive us. Disability or not, dating is full of complications. Mine happen to be very visible. I can’t do much about it and even if I could, hiding it doesn’t make it disappear. I might be able to pretend I’m not differently-abled at night if I’m sitting at the table before my date shows up and I don’t leave my seat until after he’s gone. My left hand will have to stay hidden under the table and I better pray that my feet don’t decide they want to start moving around and possibly kick him. In the morning, I will still wake up with a disability. So instead of avoiding it, I’m putting it out there. This is me. I’m great. You should date me. Так как многие пользователи стремятся завести знакомства для серьезных отношений, на сайте предусмотрены весьма подробные анкеты. К примеру, если для дружбы по переписке внешние данные человека не имеют особого значения, то для более перспективных целей они важны. Наш сайт знакомств позволяет быстро и без регистрации просматривать анкеты пользователей из всех предложенных городов. Воспользовавшись поиском, вы можете сразу указать самые весомые критерии, а после уже приступать к просмотру всех подходящих предложений. Для более продуктивного знакомства, стоит определиться с типажом интересующего человека, его возрастом и местом жительства. Начинайте изучения найденных анкет с просмотра фотографий, и если пользователь вам симпатичен, приступайте к изучению информации, оставленной им в анкете – узнайте об интересах, увлечениях, отношении к тем или иным вещам, а также предпочтениях в выборе собеседника и основной цели знакомства. The New Dating App Helping People on the Autistic Spectrum Find Love. Launched on Tuesday, Hiki (pronounced "hee-KEY") takes its name from the Hawaiian word for "able" and is the brainchild of 28-year-old developer Jamil Karriem. Karriem's cousin lives with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and told him he was lonely and afraid he wouldn't be able to find a romantic partner. Karriem, whose girlfriend had just left him, empathized. "[But] it wasn't until a few weeks later that it dawned on me that while we both felt scared of the unknown—and we both yearned for meaningful connection—I had a myriad of platforms (both digital and physical) at my disposal where I could put myself out there," Karriem wrote on Medium. "Moreso, I had the privilege of being able to go to loud bars with flashing lights any night of the week. He didn't." Though Karriem is neurotypical, he knew that he needed people living with autism to bring Hiki to market: One of his two designers is on the spectrum, and Hiki's five-person advisory council includes two people with autism and three educators with more than 30 years experience working with ASDs. "Everything about the app was designed to be user-friendly to all individuals on the spectrum," Karriem tells Newsweek. "The colors are known to not be triggering for sensory purposes, the layout is simplified and very intuitive, there are no flashing lights or sudden changes. And the on-boarding flow is structured in such a way to let you know what is coming up next, to manage expectations and not surprise anyone." One in 59 children in the United States is born with autism, according to the Autism Spectrum Disorder Foundation—more than with HIV, diabetes and cancer combined. The online dating industry is expected to top $12 billion by 2020, but there's yet to be an app for this sizable population. There's still a lot we don't understand about autism but broadly, it's a developmental disorder affecting how the brain processes information. Many people with autism have trouble with sensory overload—be it flashing lights, strong smells or persistent sounds—all of which are prevalent in typical date locales like bars, concert halls and movie theaters. Hiki is intended for both dating and developing platonic friendships and users can disclose their diagnosis or not. While they must be 18 or older, the app is LGBT-friendly and available for both iOS and Android. Currently the app has about 1,000 users. Karriem says he plans to partner with autism foundations, community groups and schools—in addition to traditional social media marketing—to reach his audience. "Our mission is only beginning, and we look forward to effecting positive change and bringing happiness to millions of people around the world," he adds. "Everyone deserves access to platforms that can help build meaningful relationships." Social Security. SPOTLIGHT ON ACHIEVING A BETTER LIFE EXPERIENCE (ABLE) ACCOUNTS -- 2021 Edition. INFORMATION ABOUT TAX-FREE SAVING ACCOUNTS FOR DISABLED INDIVIDUALS. The Stephen Beck, Jr., Achieving a Better Life Experience Act (ABLE) became law on December 19, 2014. The law aims to ease financial strains faced by individuals with disabilities by making tax-free saving accounts available to cover qualified disability expenses. IMPORTANT FACTS TO KNOW ABOUT THE ABLE ACT. The designated beneficiary of an ABLE account is the eligible individual who owns the ABLE account. He or she must be: eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) based on disability or blindness that began before age 26; entitled to disability insurance benefits (DIB), childhood disability benefits (CDB), or disabled widow’s or widower’s benefits (DWB) based on disability or blindness that began before age 26; or someone who has certified, or whose parent or guardian has certified that he or she met the criteria for a disability certification before age 26. An eligible individual may have only one ABLE account. A contribution is the deposit of funds into an ABLE account. Any person may contribute to an ABLE account for an eligible beneficiary. Typically, contributions for an ABLE account may not exceed the annual gift tax exemption ($15,000 in 2021). However, if the beneficiary is working, and they or their employer is not contributing to a retirement plan, they may contribute an additional amount equal to the lesser of their annual gross salary or the individual Federal Poverty Level ($12,880 for 2021). A distribution is the withdrawal from an ABLE account. Distributions are only to or for the benefit of the designated beneficiary. A person with signature authority can establish and control an ABLE account for a designated beneficiary who is a minor child or is otherwise incapable of managing the account. Qualified disability expenses (QDE) are expenses made for the benefit of the designated beneficiary and related to his or her disability, including, but not limited to: Education; Housing; Transportation; Employment training and support; Assistive technology and related services; Health; Prevention and wellness; Financial management and administrative services; Legal fees; Expenses for ABLE account oversight and monitoring; Funeral and burial; and, Basic living expenses. TREATMENT OF ABLE UNDER FEDERAL MEANS-TESTED PROGRAMS. SSI Program. We disregard the first $100,000. Only assets above $100,000 count as a resource. If an ABLE balance exceeds $100,000 by an amount that causes you to exceed the SSI resource limit -- whether alone or with other resources, we suspend the SSI payment until the countable resources are below the allowable limit. Medicaid Program. A beneficiary’s Medicaid continues when an SSI recipient’s ABLE account exceeds $100,000 by an amount that causes the recipient to exceed the SSI resource limit--whether alone or with other resources. The recipient retains eligibility for Medical Assistance (Medicaid) without a time limit as long as he or she remains otherwise eligible. Medicaid Payback Provision. Assets remaining in an ABLE account upon the death of a beneficiary must be used to reimburse the state for Medicaid payments it made on behalf of the beneficiary. Frequently Asked Questions: An Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) account is a tax-advantaged savings account to which contributions can be made to meet the qualified disability expenses of the owner, or designated beneficiary. ABLE accounts receive favorable treatment and are excluded from resources in whole or in part, for purposes of certain means-tested Federal programs. The Stephen Beck, Jr., Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act became law on December 19, 2014. The law aims to increase financial independence and improve quality of life while easing financial hardship faced by many individuals with disabilities and their families. be eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) based on disability or blindness that began before age 26; be entitled to Social Security Disability Insurance benefits (DIB), childhood disability benefits (CDB), or disabled widow’s or widower’s benefits (DWB) based on disability or blindness that began before age 26; or have certified, or have a parent or guardian that has certified, that he or she met the criteria for a disability certification before age 26. Proof of disability is one of the criteria necessary to establish an ABLE account. However, State ABLE programs determine what additional proof an individual must provide at account establishment and recertification. In regard to proof of disability, the eligible person, or the eligible person’s authorized legal representative, certifies that the person: is eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) based on disability or blindness that began before age 26, is entitled to Social Security Disability Insurance benefits (DIB), childhood disability benefits (CDB), or disabled widow’s or widower’s benefits (DWB) based on disability or blindness that began before age 26, or meets the criteria for a disability certification before age 26. The person must make the proof available for the IRS or the ABLE program if requested to satisfy the disability certification requirement. Account owners must recertify their eligibility annually. The person with the disability is the owner and the beneficiary of the ABLE account. Therefore, you may see “owner” and “designated beneficiary” used interchangeably when you get information about ABLE accounts. Up to and including $100,000 in the person’s ABLE account is excluded from being treated as a countable resource for SSI benefits calculations. Up to and including $100,000 in an ABLE account is disregarded. Only assets above $100,000 count as a resource for SSI purposes. If the ABLE account balance exceeds $100,000 by an amount that causes the SSI recipient to exceed the $2,000 resource limit, either alone or with other resources, SSI benefits will be suspended without a time limit (assuming that the individual otherwise remains eligible for SSI). SSI benefits are reinstated for all months in which the ABLE account balance no longer causes the individual to exceed the resource limit and the individual is otherwise eligible for SSI. No. Medicaid eligibility continues even if the ABLE account exceeds $100,000 by an amount that causes the recipient to exceed the SSI resource limit, whether alone or with other resources, as long as the individual remains otherwise eligible for SSI. Any person may contribute to, or deposit funds into, an ABLE account. (The Internal Revenue Code defines a person as including an individual, trust, estate, partnership, association, company, or corporation.) Yes. ABLE account owners who are employed, and for whom certain other contributions have not been made for the taxable year, may contribute additional funds to the accounts beyond the annual gift tax exclusion limit ($15,000 in 2021). The additional annual contribution may not exceed the federal poverty level for a one-person household for the calendar year preceding the calendar year in which the tax year begins (in your state of residence) or the designated beneficiary's gross wages for the taxable year, whichever is less. A distribution is any payment from an ABLE account. Distributions (other than returns of contributions) may be made only to, or for the benefit of, the designated beneficiary. Distributions for Qualified Disability Expenses are not counted as taxable income. Qualified Disability Expenses (QDE) are expenses that relate to the disability or blindness of the designated beneficiary and that are for the benefit of the designated beneficiary in improving health, independence, or quality of life. ch expenses include, but are not limited to, expenses related to the designated beneficiary’s: education; housing; transportation; employment training and support; assistive technology; healthcare, prevention and wellness; financial management and administrative services; legal fees; account oversight and monitoring; funeral and burial expenses; and basic living expenses. A distribution for a housing expense or for an expense that is not a QDE is counted as a resource, if the designated beneficiary retains the distribution into the month following the month of receipt. If the designated beneficiary spends the distribution within the month of receipt, there is no effect on SSI eligibility. You can open your account for yourself if you are an eligible individual, at least 18 years of age and have the legal authority to open an account. Sometimes, the eligible individual does not want to, or does not have the legal authority to act on his/her own behalf. In those cases, an authorized legal representative may open and manage the account on behalf of the account owner. Those who can serve as authorized legal representatives may vary by state. Consult State plan disclosure documents for more information. No. Eligible persons or their authorized legal representatives may open an account in their own State’s plan or in a State plan that is available to out-of-State residents. Some State plans are available only to residents of that State. It is important to look at one’s home State plan first in case there are tax benefits for owning an ABLE account with that plan.


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