What kind of life will we have if we completely rely only on Social Security Retirement Benefits?
Will most Americans be condemned to a life of poverty in their golden years? Warnings were raised that we should not completely rely on our Social Security Retirement Benefits, however, most have felt that Social Security Retirement Benefits, although small, will be enough. Will we really have enough to live on?
If we all completely relied on these benefits then no one will work and there will be no taxes to pay for these benefits so there will be no social benefits. Most people want more than the miserable handouts that these benefits provide so we work our butts off. For those people who are less fortunate it is a safety net. Retirement benefits is what you get after years of contributing to society people contribute to this so it is theirs and many people live just on these benefits.
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