It’s a crisis that could have been easily avoided
Americans know, as you should by now, that the Social Security Trust fund is in trouble. The trustees reported the combined funds will pay 100 percent of scheduled benefits until 2034. In 2034, total fund income will be sufficient to pay 80 percent of benefits. In Brett Arends’ ROI column for MarketWatch, he says this is a massive bipartisan disaster that could have and should have been avoided. Read Mr. Arends’ column here…
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