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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

No, privately managed accounts will jeopardize the financial security of senior citizens

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@98W5TP9 from California answered…1 day

@98V95N2 from Pennsylvania answered…3 days

Yes, provided these plans are insured by the government and the private entities are held to the highest standards of fiduciary duty

@84ZWD6LIndependent from Pennsylvania answered…1wk

Yes, privatize all government pensions, and privatize social security. Encourage business to start an additional pension fund through tax credits

@98N29VQ from North Carolina answered…2wks

Yes, because if we don’t, it will jeopardize the financial security of our senior citezens.

@98LDCB6 from Pennsylvania answered…3wks

@98LD89W from Louisiana answered…3wks

No, increase pension spending and offer public pensions to the private sector

@98L2Q22 from Oregon answered…3wks

Pension for bigger corporations and no pensions for smaller businesses

@98JBY7G from Ohio answered…3wks

@98JBTLX from North Carolina answered…3wks

The workers should have a say in how their money is invested. Also Social Security, all the money that one puts into the system should be returned to the family if the individual dies before they reach the age to receive it. They put in a heck lot more money than $255.

@98HH3HJ from GU answered…4wks

Every decision depends from workers to transition their pension plans into private or public managed accounts

@98GST6BIndependent from Arizona answered…1mo

Pensions for federal workers, especially senators and congressman should be terminated

@98GGSQQ from Oregon answered…1mo

@98DRS8T from Utah answered…1mo

I dont really have opinion on this, due to my relatively lacking knowledge about finances and plans. As such, I am neutral towards this

@98CKJRR from Massachusetts answered…1mo

No, and eradicate privately managed accounts and mandate a return to pensions across the private sector.

@98BX3T8 from Louisiana answered…2mos

No, pension plans should remain in place to provide a stable income for government workers.

@98B5HH6from Virgin Islands  answered…2mos

@989DSZB from California answered…2mos

@98998VC from Louisiana answered…2mos

Yes, but it should be done in a way that protects the benefits of those currently relying on public pension plans.

@986NZ2ZDemocrat from Pennsylvania answered…2mos

@985HFZYGreen from North Carolina answered…2mos

@984YF3W from North Carolina answered…2mos

@9844ZCZ from Indiana answered…2mos

Yes, but provide significant oversight to ensure the financial security of senior citizens is not jeopardizd.

@97XMLJ4 from Minnesota answered…2mos

@97X37SP from North Carolina answered…2mos

I don't understand how this money moves and as long as it does not take money away from the general citizens it can be disposable income to keep the economy rolling.

@97WTZSZfrom Maine  answered…2mos

@97WPYT6 from North Carolina answered…2mos

@97WDXMJRepublican from Maryland answered…2mos

yes, financial literacy is very important and learning to invest money yourself is part of that

@97V7WFY from North Carolina answered…2mos

no, but offer privately managed accounts as an option to those willing to assume the risks

@97T43P8 from North Carolina answered…2mos

no, but this should be offered as an option to those willing to accept the inherent risks


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