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Millennials want big Social Security changes. Will they get them? More than 50% of younger workers who responded to a survey think Social Security is unlikely to exist by the time they retire. As such, these Millennials propose that the government put their Social Security payroll taxes in private accounts and allow them to invest the money for better returns. The proposal is unlikely to gain government approval given current political climate; hence Millennials are advised to hold private investing accounts while also paying Social Security payroll taxes.  --Motley Fool

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