Workers want lawmakers to shore up Social Security - National Association of Plan Advisors

U.S. workers want lawmakers to address Social Security’s insolvency issue. In a recent report, 58 percent of workers said they want the President and Congress to fix Social Security. However, when asked what Congress should do, the response was mixed, with 40 percent stating they favor increasing the Social Security payroll tax and 23 percent in favor of raising the retirement age. Ted Godbout reports on the survey results. Read Mr. Godbout’s article here…

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