Another Social Security Reform Plan

There is no shortage of proposed solutions on how to fix Social Security, the main thing missing from the equation is government support. The hardest part in fixing Social Security seems to be pulling the relevant political leaders together to discuss the problem. It is widely known that there is a problem and that something should be done about it, but there has been no headway towards showing that a fix is being worked on. This is worrisome to many voters who are reaching retirement age wondering if Social Security will still be there for them in its current form. For more information on this subject, visit this article by Francine Kiefer with MSN.


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