The Future of Social Security is Fragile – Do You Have a Plan B?

A recent article published by CNBC, highlighted the fragile future of Social Security, and touched on the fact that representatives believe the program will become insolvent by 2033 – three years earlier than expected.

In response to this controversial piece, JR Ridinger brought the uncertainty of the 45-Year Plan to light with an informative and insightful blog post, Will Social Security Be There for You?

I had the chance to sit down and read this article, with the additional opportunity to think for a moment about all that is at stake. What if social security isn’t there for me? Do I have a plan B?

Click here to read this thought-provoking article.

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One thought on “The Future of Social Security is Fragile – Do You Have a Plan B?

  1. This is a topic that has been around so long, I think a lot of people have stopped believing it will ever come true. We will definitely lose Social Security, and soon. Thank you for keeping a spotlight on the topic.

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