Are You Getting Your “Fair Share”?
There seems to be a growing number of politicians these days who think that us taxpayers haven’t “paid our fair share” of taxes….

They think that the people paying federal income taxes, state income taxes, property taxes, sales taxes, payroll taxes (and more), for decades, simply aren’t contributing enough to our government.

Frankly, I think that’s wrong.  If anything, I don’t think taxpayers are receiving enough benefits for forking over so much in taxes.  But that’s just me…feel free to disagree.

If you do agree with me, though, there’s two programs that we will receive some type of benefits from: Social Security and Medicare.

After paying into them for 30 or 40 years, we get a retirement benefit, as well as some health insurance coverage.

But are you getting your “fair share” from these programs?   Are you maximizing what they have to offer?

Sadly, because these programs are so complex, and because there is so much bad advice out there, many people fail to fully take advantage of the benefits that they have earned.

If you aren’t sure, I’ve got good news: I just finished writing my newest book, 10 Steps To Getting What You Deserve: A Guide To Your Social Security and Medicare Decisions.

In this book, I will lay out 10 Steps for you to understand your options and maximize your hard-earned benefits, so that you can have the retirement that you deserve. 

The book comes out on September 15th, and you can pre-order it now for only 99 cents.

All the best,
Scott “You Deserve This” Newhouse

P.S. Please, make sure that you get everything that you deserve from these programs.  You’ve paid your “fair share” into them for decades, and you shouldn’t let anything slip through the cracks in your retirement planning.  Go here and pre-order this book right now.