Wed, 24 April 2019
An aging population is quickly becoming a major strain on Social Security. Can we fix the system before it’s too late?
For the next 19 years more than 10,000 people will reach the age of 65 and by 2050 the US will be home to 65.8 million retirees between the ages of 62-84; a whopping 113% increase! While we do not face the demographics issues similar to those of Japan, anyone currently under the age of 55 should be prepared to retire without Social Security. How do we fix the system before it fails? Other topics include:
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