Category Social Security Disability

Marking a Social Security Milestone


August 14, 2015 is the 80th anniversary of Social Security. Few Americans working today can remember a time when Social Security wasn’t part of the social fabric of America.

Since the Social Security retirement program was enacted under Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1935, it has expanded in important ways. In 1939, benefits for dependent survivors of wage earners were added. And in 1956, disability insurance benefits were added. Today, as in the past, millions of Americans rely on these Social Security programs for income in the event of their own retirement, disability or death of a family wage-earner.

While Social Security is a part of our social fabric, that doesn’t mean that we can take its future for granted...

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Are You Ready For A 25 Percent Cut In Wages?


Imagine showing up at work one day to find your boss telling you that you are appreciated and in the same breath that you are only going to be paid 75% of your current wages.

Would you…

A) Tell that boss to take a hike

B) Keep on working

According to the video by, Social Security is looking at this as a reality by 2033 in order to sustain itself.

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What do you think about Democratic Senator Warren’s take on Social Security Benefits?


I’m not taking sides either way, but vulnerability is really just a lack of information.

To increase or cut, that is the question…

What say you? 🙂

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