Many confused about Social Security’s origins

by Staff | February 18th, 2011

February 18, 2011

Many are confused about this history of Social Security, and the purpose for which it was originally intended, FOX News reports.

The creation of Social Security benefits was meant to help retirees when it was created in 1935.

In the 1930s, life expectancy was significantly lower than it is now, and many people didn’t survive to see Social Security benefits.

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