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SOURCE Neil Grossman
"Generation W.T.F: How Millennials Can Stop the Mushrooming Costs of Social Security, Medicaid, and Medicare" by Neil Grossman is available on Amazon
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Why should Millennials carry the burden of social programs and benefits that they are unlikely to receive? Financial analyst on Bloomberg TV, Huff Po, & Reddit, NEIL GROSSMAN, has the youth of America's back (even though he's in his 50's) with his new eBook "Generation W.T.F. ($2.99 available on Amazon amzn.to/1aSFiE4). Challenging the enormous obstacle facing Millennials, Grossman speaks to America's youth about leveling the playing field in the looming confrontation with Seniors and Baby Boomers.
"We have convinced ourselves, as a society, that certain things are so important that it is acceptable to ask the future to pay the attendant costs. And we have enforced that perspective through our political institutions. It is time to reverse this corrosive process. Our children deserve better, our Nation deserves better." - Neil Grossman
This non-partisan eBook maps out the hard numbers, and Grossman's suggested steps Millennials can take today to stop the rising costs of Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid. If they don't speak for themselves, who will?
Generation W.T.F will...
About the Author:
Neil Grossman has a long and varied career in finance. He has appeared as an economic commentator on Bloomberg TV and Radio, Huffington Post, Fox News and The Glenn Beck Network. He brings a varied and unique experience to financial and economic issues, drawing upon a career in trading, central banking, fund management and law.
You can find some of his musings on his blog, www.Neilytics.com.
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