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Ifnot nowwhen - Political clout? Gen. X was a baby bust - our #s are small. Politicians pass laws for the largest groups of voters and for those who contribute to their campaigns - not for the good of their constituents - otherwise they would have already cut SS & Medicare to the WWII & BB generations (large voting bl...more
And, yes, we paid into the Social Security and Medicare systems that we are now depending on.
Carolart - and you'll be taking out far more than the total amount you put in, leaving future generation to take out well under (or nothing) of what they put it.
Keep in mind Gen. Xers started careers in the late 80...more
No, it was the WWII generation & GI bill that yielded the innovation. Boomers were busy doing drugs, dodging the draft and engaging in "free love" (definition - the rape or gang rape of a woman who couldn't give informed consent because she was high as a kite).
This is a credit union. I've worked for small community banks, and there's no doubt we'd also have allowed you shelter in the vault. Now, as for one of the megabanks, you might be turned out on the street, or asked to pay a fee first...although technically those seeking shelter already prepaid the fee, in terms of the ...more
I thinking the sexes view solo ownership differently. A woman views a male homeowner as responsible & one not looking for a sugar momma. Guys tend to view female homeownership in a negative light - as in her not needing him, and if he's a jerk, a sign to him that he is won't be able to assume a superior, controlling ...more