Washingtonians Weigh In on Future of Social Security
Free public forums this week in Bellingham and Seattle will cover the future of Social Security. For just over half of married couples and three-quarters of single people, Social Security makes up at least half of their retirement income. And it is the only income source for three out of 10 women age 65 and older. Terry O’Neill, president of the National Organization for Women (NOW), says that’s why her group sees it as vital to not only keep Social Security in place, but strengthen it. She points out the average annual benefit for a retired man is just over $17,000 – for a woman, it’s $13,000...Read More
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