Need to have an honest conversation about Social Security - Marketplace

The presidential candidates are promising to preserve Social Security, but the reality is that if Congress does not take action by 2035, seniors will see a cut to their benefits. When discussing the Social Security insolvency issue, many myths about how it works and who can receive benefits cause politicians to dread touching the third rail of American politics because they know it could prove the end of their careers. Kimberly Adams explains how the program insolvency issue has been building for years and encourages us and those in Washington to have an honest conversation about the Social Security insolvency issue. Read Ms. Adams’ article here…

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