Future retirees may not have access to Social Security benefits

December 29, 2010

According to an opinion article on The Boston Globe, Social Security will run out by 2037.

Those 40 and younger will be forced to rely on personal savings and investments to fund their retirement if Social Security benefits run out, according to the writer.

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