Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Social Security still viable?

If you're of an age where news regarding the strength of the social security retirement program grabs your ear more and more, then this article may not be particularly appetizing.

Here's a quote from the artice: "Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan and two federal commissions have suggested that Congress consider raising the early and full retirement ages as one way to improve Social Security's finances."

And here's another one: "We don't all have a great job like Alan Greenspan," who's 78, Cusack says."

And here's the link to the article:

The effect of early retirement and longer lives on social security

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