Why Social Security Needs To Be Rescued

Why Social Security Needs To Be Rescued

March 27, 2013

This infographic illustrates Social Security’s perilous path toward insolvency. Source

The Not So Golden Years: Are you Better Off than other Americans?

The Not So Golden Years: Are you Better Off than other Americans?

March 19, 2013

This infographic explores and compares the financial status of Americans. It provides an analysis for the American wealth gap. Source

Child Identity Theft

Child Identity Theft

March 15, 2013

Child identity theft is all too common, and it’s often the type of theft crooks choose because it’s often years before the theft is discovered. A child’s credit is pristine, and if a thief can get his hands on a child’s information, he can rack up debt long before the theft is uncovered. Source

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CBO’s Long Term Projections Social Security

January 20, 2013

In this infographic the Congressional Budget Office provides information for the distribution of social security when the baby boomers come to the age to get their social security. It provides information for how the government will finance social security, how it will be distributed and the legislative timeline.

Social Security: A Snapshot of its Finances

Social Security: A Snapshot of its Finances

December 13, 2012

There are some things people take for granted. One of these is that after a lifetime of paying into Social Security, you’ll receive the promised benefits when its your turn to collect. But before long, this long accepted fact could become fiction. As the number of people receiving benefits balloons and the number of people […]

’60s Retro Budget Plan by Republicans Unfit for Today

August 8, 2012

The last time the United States had spending this low was in 1966. Much has changed since then, which makes a federal budget at that level both impractical and undesirable. We are an older country, with more retirees receiving the Social Security and Medicare benefits they’ve earned during their working lives. Source