Is Social Security a Ponzi Scheme?

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Susan Kochevar and Kim discuss Social Security's sustainability. Will the money run out?

Susan Kochevar joins Kim as today’s guest and the topic is Social Security and it’s longetivity

Many people take Social Security for granted. American workers pay into the system with the expectation that they will access their benefits when they retire. But the number of people collecting Social Security benefits is rising, while the funds for projected needs are decreasing.

Is Social Security a Ponzi Scheme? How does Social Security actually hurt opportunity costs? Thursday, Susan Kochevar, owner of the Historic 88 Drive-In Theatre joins the conversation. As a small business owner, Susan breaks down how the Social Security Ponzi Scheme is unsustainable.

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