A majority of workers think Social Security won’t be there for them. They’re wrong.

A recent survey found that about 77% of workers think that Social Security won’t be there for them when they retire – but they’re wrong. Even with all the publicity surrounding depletion of the Trust Fund in about 17 years, that doesn’t mean the end of Social Security benefits.  There may be a reduction in benefits in about 17 years if Congress doesn’t take action soon, but the fact is that the program will still be able to pay benefits for the foreseeable future.  This article by Sean Williams appears at madison.com and explains two steps that working Americans should take now to avert financial difficulties in the future.  Click here to read more.

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