spin off of my other question.
Should people who are well set financially for retirement still file for benefits?
Answer by NotPanicking at 9:21 AM on Sep. 9, 2010
Answer by AmeliasMommy206 at 9:09 AM on Sep. 9, 2010
Answer by AmeliasMommy206 at 8:58 AM on Sep. 9, 2010
Maybe, if in the future, a means test is implemented people who have high income earning degrees can opt out of SS or agree to pay less than average for the decline in the future. If, IMO, citizens were given the assessment every 5 years as their incomes rose to opt out or pay less then yes when they retire they won't be on the receiving end. I just feel like the government should not be able to have it both ways to take the payments in and then decide to deny the payments out. Especially when SS is continually used as the money pot-Nobody volunteers for a Ponzi scheme. That's why they take their money before you get yours.
Answer by jewjewbee at 9:02 AM on Sep. 9, 2010
Answer by momtolucas2002 at 10:13 AM on Sep. 9, 2010
Why not take the money? It is ours to start with, every week the paycheck has SS deductions, so yep I want my money back from my mandatory government retirement fund that I pay for.
Answer by tyme4me2day at 11:21 AM on Sep. 9, 2010
Answer by May-20 at 2:38 PM on Sep. 9, 2010
Answer by Scuba at 8:48 AM on Sep. 9, 2010
Answer by MommaofH2 at 9:01 AM on Sep. 9, 2010
If i really dodn't need it, then no. I would not file for social security. I could have refiled for Unemployment, but i did not. Because we don't need it. My DH makes enough money to support us, I'm not about to add to the deficit.
Answer by samurai_chica at 9:10 AM on Sep. 9, 2010
Next question overall
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