The Story of Rise Up in Graphs and Charts
Average American Household Earning $40,000 a Year  --  Comparison of Social Security Nest Egg with Nest Egg Earned Under Rise Up, and the Comparison of Monthly Retirement Checks Under Each
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For mathematical proof of the above see the various tables listed on the Home page
Average Rate of Return on the S&P 500 stock index for 95 40-year periods from 1911 to 2005 - arrangedby selected periods
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See Tables under 135 Year Studies of the Rate of return on the S&P 500 stock index on the Home Page
What does the Anerican Balance Sheet look like. How are we doing. Are we doing as badly as the media reports we are?  Can we afford to transition to personal accounts?
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The cost to replace America's tangible and intangibles is understated at $400 Trillion.  It would cost $150 Trillion just to replace our 4 million miles of inrterstate and 350,000 bridges alone. As one can see we can afford to switch to personal accounts.
The truth about our debt and how it is so overblown as a problem. This analysis proves the problem lies with government and the media not the people. As the Balance Sheet showed we are as stout financially as our Founders would have wished.
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As Americans only owe $2.3 trillion to foreigners we surely can afford to transition to personal accounts.
Congress continues to promise the people more than they can deliver in benefits. But just "who" is going bankrupt making promises. Ask yourself to whom are the beneficiaries of theirCongress' promises? Just what are the effects of the enormous unfunded entitlement liabilities.
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You can't owe yourself something and go bankrupt, can you?
If we repeal Social Security and Medicare yet still honor the obligations we owe retirees under the old programs how do we finance the transition?
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America is so filthy rich we could pay for transition out of petty cash but here are some of the easy answers