A Virginia man has become a Social Security and Medicare watchdog. Larry Hyland wants to make sure the reforms are handled fairly and that regular people won’t be left out in the cold.
FREDERICKSBURG — When Larry Hyland ponders the future of Social Security, he doesn’t worry about the military bigwigs he met during his 36 years in the Air Force and civil service.
They’ll be taken care of financially.
It’s a different story for the bus driver who shuttled him to the Pentagon every day for the past two years.
The driver told Hyland that his company doesn’t have a retirement plan. All he and his wife can count on in their golden years is Social Security.
“We understand that changes are going to have to be made to the system,” Hyland said, “but there’s a lot of uneasiness out there because people don’t know what the government has in mind.”
The Social Security system faces a crisis as more people reach retirement age. Soon, lawmakers will be forced to make reforms.
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