Social Security and You: When Faced With the Facts, What Do You Do?
Someone once said, “You are entitled to your own set of opinions, but you are not entitled to your own set of facts.” In other words, once you have all the facts about a situation, you certainly can come to your own conclusions about how you view those circumstances. But you can’t skew the facts in order to form your own foregone conclusions. I encounter examples of this almost every day. Because Social Security is one of the biggest of all government programs, and because it impacts almost every man, woman and child in this country, its influence over Americans is enormous…Read More
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