We must explain the truth: There is no free lunch.
I am not criticizing investing in the stock market; I am an investor.
There is a need for Social Security reform to ensure its stability, and Congress must act.
Latinos are disproportionately more likely to be injured on the job than other ethnic groups.
President Bush has consistently used rhetoric, and that is not convincing given his past record.
We must take the time to do what needs to be done now, what is right, instead of passing a bad bill.
Almost half of all Latinas currently on Social Security rely exclusively on their benefit check in retirement.
Social Security has been effective for 70 years; prior predictions of its demise have been totally overstated.
Even without reforms, the Social Security fund will be able to meet 100 percent of its obligations until 2042.
If Congress doesn't raise taxes, you cannot get a private investment account without forgoing a portion, possibly all, of your guaranteed benefit check.