If you had the ability to take a refund of your Social Security tax withholding and invest the money yourself, would you do it? What about if the system changed and you were required to contribute your equivalent current withholding to a tax-deferred investment account from the beginning?
Let’s review question number one first:
Pretend for a moment that you are 22, new to the workforce, and earning $35,000 annually. The Social Security Administration continues as is during your first 10 years ofRead More