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Just Facts Publishes Fact-Based Analysis of the Social Security Program

Just Facts has published a compendium of objective and thoroughly documented facts surrounding the Social Security program. This original research includes scores of facts concerning one of the largest government programs in the world.


Contact: James D. Agresti, President, Just Facts, www.justfacts.com/contactus.asp


FLORHAM PARK, New Jersey, Jan. 12 /Christian Newswire/ -- Just Facts, a non-profit research and educational institute, has completed an extensive analysis of the Social Security program. With over 250 easily accessible footnotes containing direct quotations from the Social Security Trustees Report, federal statutes, vote records, transcripts, federal agency reports and other primary sources, this research places a storehouse of thoroughly documented information at readers' fingertips. Holding to strict standards of credibility, Just Facts has taken an exhaustive look at this topic and published the results at "Social Security Facts."


Beginning with the Social Security Act of 1935 and continuing through the latest Social Security Trustees Report, Just Facts brings you information that is critical to understanding the complexities of this multi-trillion dollar entitlement program. Learn about demographic factors such as the aging "baby-boomers" and how they are impacting the program's fiscal integrity. Read facts pertaining to the Social Security Trust Fund and its expected exhaustion date. Learn about a South American country that for over twenty years has been using a personal savings account ownership program as an alternative to traditional government-run social insurance.


Millions of people in the United States depend on Social Security every month as a significant source of income. Millions more pay taxes into the program. Common misconceptions such as "I am entitled to my Social Security benefits. It's my money. I've saved it" are rampant among taxpayers and beneficiaries alike. Just Facts supplies a foundation for understanding the fallacy of such statements and offers a means for individuals to cultivate their own fact-based views on the future of the program.


About us: Just Facts is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit research and educational foundation committed to high standards of accuracy and reliability. Our mission is to research and publish verifiable facts on the critical issues of our time.