Debunking Social Security Myths

At The AMAC Foundation we regularly hear from people upset about something they’ve heard (usually on the internet) about Social Security, and we just as regularly offer a response correcting the misinformation they’ve quoted. Unfortunately, many myths about Social Security persist, including that it is going bankrupt, that it won’t be there for younger workers, and that Social Security’s Trust Funds are filled with worthless IOUs. All of which are untrue, as is so very well explained in this MarketWatch article by Nancy Altman and Eric Kingson. Click here to get the facts which debunk several common myths about Social Security.

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