National Hunger Awareness Month is in September. For tens of millions of Americans, a daily meal isn’t a choice between different dishes or restaurants. It often involves a difficult decision between putting food on the table and other crucial needs.
Today’s millennials are in their 20s, 30s, and 40s. No longer teenagers, many of them are already becoming parents, climbing the ladder in their careers, and much more. Every generation has unique challenges, and the top ones faced by millennials center around student loans, housing, and wealth building.
With approximately 94% of American workers covered by Social Security and 65 million people currently receiving benefits, keeping Social Security healthy is a major concern.1