Social Security Reform and Seniors
Why Strengthening Social Security Matters to Seniors
While the looming Social Security crisis may not affect benefits for current seniors and retirees, it will affect every future generation. Previous generations supported the changes that kept Social Security available for today's seniors. Now, America's seniors have the opportunity to help ensure a sustainable Social Security system for future generations.
A key part of the plan to fix Social Security is the establishment of voluntary personal retirement accounts for younger workers. Personal retirement accounts will give younger workers the opportunity to build a "nest egg" by investing part of their Social Security taxes in conservative bond and stock funds.
By supporting plans to fix Social Security now, America's seniors can help give their children and grandchildren the peace of mind that comes from knowing that Social Security will be there when they retire.
Why Strengthening Social Security Matters to: