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New singles majority is bad news for Social Security

cnbc.com — "It's a demographic gridlock," Yardeni said in a phone interview. Boomers will not want to give up their long-awaited benefits. Nor will working-age singles-burdened with record-level student debt-welcome tax hikes. Incentives for young singles to pay into these retirement programs are low. With older generations drying up the coffers, singles expect little-to-no economic return.
Sep 21, 2014

For the first time, most American adults aren't married. See how single your state is: cnb.cx/Z4ZjcY pic.twitter.com/ZYLtzm5kuO