Don't worry because Wall Street is coming for everything YOU own and they will get it.<quoted text>
send me your money right now you selfish greedy left wing anti-American traitor, all of it, I will then decide what I will send you back if any, if you don't you are a hypocrite, if you complain you are a retard, ooops, you already are,
Retiring Boomers Find 401(k) Plans Fall Short
February 19, 2011 / http://tinyurl.com/47ong3n
The 401(k) generation is beginning to retire, and it isn't a pretty sight.
The retirement savings plans that many baby boomers thought would see them through old age are falling short in many cases.
The median household headed by a person aged 60 to 62 with a 401(k) account has less than one-quarter of what is needed in that account to maintain its standard of living in retirement, according to data compiled by the Federal Reserve and analyzed by the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College for The Wall Street Journal. Even counting Social Security and any pensions or other savings, most 401(k) participants appear to have insufficient savings. Data from other sources also show big gaps between savings and what people need, and the financial crisis has made things worse.
Corporate CEO 'Extremists' Target Social Security, Medicare
'For the wealthy, pampered, and narcissistic CEOs of the Business Roundtable, sacrifice is always for someone else.'
January 17, 2013 /
CEOs from America's largest corporationsincluding its biggest banks, retailers, and insurance companies who helped drive the country into the worst recession in nearly a century are now calling on Congress to punish the nation's working class and society's most vulnerable by advocating major changes to Social Security and Medicare in a new lobbying push that critics say reveal the cruelty and selfish nature of the country's corporate class.
The Business Roundtable, comprised of more than 200 chief executives and some of the nation's wealthiest individuals, began lobbying DC lawmakers Wednesday in a press conference calling for major cuts to Social Security (including a raise in elgibility age to 70) and a new push to privatize Medicare.
Critics of the group call the move a clear assault by the nation's wealthiest on the social safety net that protects millions of working people.