Millenials Want Social Security Benefits to Remain At Current Levels, Pew Research Finds
While Social Security has become a political football in Washington, Americans still regard it as the corner stone of their retirement and are very concerned about it future financial health. The party is over for Millenials, as far as Social Security is concerned. A Pew Research Center for the People & the Press report, the Millenials in Adulthood report, found just 14 percent of Americans expect to receive their full benefits, while an earlier Pew study found that among young people this concern is much greater. About half of Gen Xers (born between 1965 to 1978 ) and Millennials (born between 1979 to 1996) think Social Security won’t have enough money…Read More
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