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As much as politicians have talked about means testing SS, above and beyond the way in which it is already taxed and handed back to the gov't, it is not improbable that it will happen to some degree in our lifetime.


Agreed! I'm in the same boat as IP. DW and I plan on giving up a high income some time later this year or the beginning of 2015 and retire in our early 50's. I've been planning this for about 20 years and am making dang sure I'll still be able to live well without getting SS. If we get it, it will be gravy that will probably help fund my grand children's college.


Conservative claptrap. If Social Security goes then you better plan for no Medicare, too.

Factor in five figure insurance premiums and throw in six figure medical costs.

Cross your fingers they don't repeal the ACA.

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