Will Social Security be there for the younger generation?

Those Americans referred to as “millennials” and “Generation Z” – essentially the younger generations under the age of 36 – are usually not focused on Social Security and how it might fit into a retirement plan so far into their future.  And more often than not, they’re of the opinion that Social Security won’t even be there for them, and that if it is it won’t play an important part in their future anyway.  And they’re wrong on both counts. Despite news headlines to the contrary, Social Security isn’t going bankrupt and it will ultimately become an important part of every American’s future, even those who are only in the early stages of their working career.  This Motley Fool article by Sean Williams offers ten things that the younger generation needs to know about the Social Security program and how it fits into their future well being.  Click here to read more.

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