A lot of people are Pro-Choice. But not when it comes to funding your retirement.
In a new study , Cato senior fellow Jagadeesh Gokhale questions reform opponents’ argument that transition costs would adversely affect financial markets, making personal accounts prohibitively expensive. If changes to Social Security policies are delayed, runaway growth in Social Security's financial shortfall is likely to ensure higher tax rates and more adverse reactions by financial markets in the future.
For a couple of bucks you can pick up It's Your Money here. Or, maybe I'll give you a copy sometime, because that is the TWC MANTRA. It IS your money not the government's (what a concept).
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