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  1. Great, now I gotta plan for that too. Thanks for the heads up. Is it too late to put my Social Security account into the stock market?

  2. It’s too late to put your SS funds anywhere because they don’t exist. The associate commissioner of SSA met with me here in Denver last year, and in that meeting she admitted that there is no trust fund. They have a “trust balance” which is actually a figure recorded on paper of how much the government owes to the non-existent trust account.

    “Social Security”
    “Trust Balance”
    “Patriot Act”

    Depending on how cynical you are you can conclude that the government either:

    1) Has a good sense of humor
    2) Thinks we are all very stupid

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