-Right now, there are approximately 63 million Americans collecting Social Security benefits. By 2035, that number is projected to soar to an astounding 91 million.
-Overall, the Social Security system is facing a 134 trillion dollar shortfallover the next 75 years.
-The U.S. government is facing a total of 222 trillion dollars in unfunded liabilities during the years ahead. Social Security and Medicare make up the bulk of that.
Yes, things seem somewhat stable for the moment in America today.
But the same thing could have been said about 2007. The stock market was soaring, the economy seemed like it was rolling right along and people were generally optimistic about the future.
Then the financial crisis of 2008 erupted and it seemed like the world was going to end.
Well, the truth is that another great crisis is rapidly approaching, and we are in far worse shape financially than we were back in 2008.
Don’t get blindsided by what is ahead. Evidence of the coming catastrophe is all around you.
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