Social Security could look a bit different next year - The Motley Fool

With nearly nine out of ten individuals age 65 and older receiving Social Security benefits, there is no program that bears more importance to the financial well-being of American’s seniors.  Although the average retired worker is only bringing home a little over $18,000 a year from Social Security, this represents for 21 percent of married couples and about 45 percent unmarried individuals 90 percent or more of their income. Needless to say when adjustments are made to the Social Security program, 45 million seniors pay close attention. In Sean Williams’ article appearing on, he writes about the five possible changes to Social Security that could happen in 2021 and why. Read Mr. Williams’ article here…

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