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Alternative to Social Security

Saving for your future an alternative to social security General Purpose: To persuade Specific Purpose: To persuade the audience to start saving for their retirement Central Idea: Starting early to save for future has many benefits over Social Security Introduction: I. (Attention Getter) Only 1 person, out of the 20 responses I got from the survey have started planning for their future. A. This is understandable because most of us probably think that worrying about social security at our age is unnecessary. B. Because we are high school students, our school schedule only allows us to work part time. C. The one person that has started saving for their retirement is 32 years old, she currently works full time, attending two college classes and has a child. She is participating in her employer's profit sharing program or 401K plan. And this woman also owns stocks. She already has a good start on her future. II. (Credibility Statement) I myself have started saving for my future by starting an IRA account, trading stocks and looking forward to purchasing my first home, I’m only seventeen years old. III. (Reveal Topic) you simply cannot rely on Social Security to support you in your "Golden Years". You can never start too early to save for your future. In fact, the earlier, the better off you are. IV. (Preview) Today I will discuss Social Security and why the current system is not working, ways that you can start saving for your future, and the benefits of saving for your retirement instead of relying on Social Security. (Transition: So let me start by discussing Social Security and why it is does not work). Body: I. The Need Step A. First I will explain what Social Security is. 1. Social Security is a Federal program where they take a percentage from all of the wages earned by workers in this country. 2. The money that is collected is put in a trust fund that...

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