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The American population is aging rapidly, and as the population ages, so do the retirement plans that Americans create to cover their expenses until they die.
We’re talking about the Social Security Administration’s Office of the Aging, which is what the U.S. government calls the Social Security Administration. It’s been around since the 1930s, and has the responsibility of administering and writing new Social Security benefit plans for older Americans.
Social Security is funded by an annual payroll tax on most Americans earning less than $118,000. The amount is determined by how much of their earnings they paid in payroll taxes in the year they turn 65. But the Social Security Administration can also choose to help older Americans by writing their benefit plans. In fact, all the new benefit plans, both traditional and alternative, have to be approved by the Social Security Administration.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) is a government agency that reviews and approves all benefit plans and claims filed for Social Security. It is also funded by a trust fund, which is invested for long-term success. The trust fund is what allows the SSA to make the decisions about which plan to approve or not. It is also where the trust fund is for the disability and retirement accounts.
All of this information is interesting, but it all comes up short when it comes to the trust fund, which in many cases the SSA can’t even see. The SSA is a government agency, and they only see the fund. The trust fund is set up in a way where the SSA can’t even see it. The SSA is supposed to do it on behalf of the beneficiaries, but it doesn’t work that way.
That just leaves the question of who actually gets to choose the decisions about it. The way it works is the SSA has the final say, but the trust fund is the final say. The trustees get to vote on all the decisions, and since the fund is the final say, they can just say, “We’ll do it” and never think twice. On the other hand, if the SSA vetoes a decision it can be appealed to the trustees.
There is a lot of talk about the trust fund, but it’s the trustees who actually decide whether or not to make any decisions in the first place. So yes, the SSA is supposed to do this on behalf of the beneficiaries, but it’s just not working that way. The trustees have the final say, but if they say anything at all, it’s just to say, “Well that’s what we thought. Maybe we’d better not bother to check with the beneficiaries.
I could go on, but I think you get the point. The trustees are the final authority, and if they say one thing it means another. If they say something they mean exactly the opposite. There is precedent for this, but I’m not sure how often it happens.
Social Security is a huge problem for the elderly, and its not helping that we have a situation where the beneficiaries are given a power that is not theirs to give or take. The trustee’s responsibility is to ensure that the beneficiaries pay their taxes on time and to provide them with their benefits. The trustee will not be the final authority in everything, but this situation is one where the trustees have said not one single thing about what to do, and the beneficiaries are left with a power of no return.
I’m not going to say that my mother is not very good at her job. I just don’t think it is the job of the trustee to tell her what to do, nor the beneficiary what to do. We live in a society where the trustees have the power to give and take, and this is a problem because it is not their job to say when something is right, when something is wrong, and when something is fine.