Social Security benefits are crucial for women

by Staff | December 17th, 2010

December 17, 2010

Nearly half of women 65 and older would be living in poverty if they didn’t receive Social Security benefits, according to physorg.com.

The number remains at 12 percent with Social Security benefits in place.

Social Security benefits are the most crucial for unmarried women who receive funds. Without Social Security benefits, it would be difficult for some women to make ends meet.

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