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Introduction/Thesis Statement In the world we live in today there are only a few occurrences that Americans can count on, inflation, debt, taxes, and minimal cost of living adjustments. If I were the chairperson of the broad or an extreme Republican I may be inclined to agree and vote for the end of employee pension forever; however, I am from a hardworking lower middle class family and to assume that someone can maintain his or her lifestyle with dramatic decrease of income is ridiculous. In the United Sates, I would advise all young working Americans to think ahead and commit there selves to planning earlier than suggested in yesteryear for how they want to spend their retirement, barely possessing enough to “make ends meet” or live comfortably enough to traveling the world seeking a goodtime. Social Security as prove to be a vital asset to many
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Unformatted text preview: senior citizens over the years however such benefits should not be consider as way for the hardworking elder Americans to the years of retirement. Conclusion With the help of informative information I would hope that my message is clearer than ever and help you all realize, in the United Sates, I would advise all young working Americans to think ahead and commit there selves to planning earlier than suggested in yesteryear for how they want like to spend their retirement, barely retaining enough to live month to month or comfortably traveling the world in search of a goodtime. Social Security has proved to be a vital asset to many senior citizens over the years however such benefits should not be considered as a way for hardworking elderly Americans to the spend their years of retirement....
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2012 for the course COM156 156 taught by Professor Charpentier during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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