I would say no, but statistics say otherwise. Thirty-five percent of retirees receive 90% or more of their income from Social Security, but that does not consider assets or supplemental non-cash assistance. […]
Following is a list that is finding its way around social media, it’s not new but it keeps popping up and it is totally bogus. And as you can see, it’s politically […]
Don’t get too excited over the legislative proposals to expand Social Security for FUTURE beneficiaries some increased benefits but . . .
Assuring the long-term sustainability of Social Security should be the first priority. The first screenshot from the Motley Fool shows the current Social Security benefits formula. The AIME is your average indexed […]
Every time I think we can’t sink any lower, we do. How can we expect citizens to make informed decisions if they can’t trust information from anyone with an agenda to push? […]
Retired Americans collect more in benefits than they paid in taxes during their working lives. A system that cannot be sustained unchanged. Has America promised more than younger taxpayers care to deliver? […]