Monday, March 30, 2009
Social Security and The Future of Your Money
In 2001, the U. S. government paid nearly $433 billion in social security. Only four years later, this figure climbed to $523 billion. In December that same year the average benefits payable to a retired worker was $1002/month. Do you think this will still be an option for you when you retire? What is another way to get the government out of this failing policy? Explain your reasoning with sources.