How To Make $43,543 -- Even If Social Security Collapses...
By Nathan Slaughter | August 30, 2017 |

It's time to face the music: As I explained in yesterday's essay, the Social Security system is broken. And neither political party wants the fallout from enacting the reforms to make it solvent once again -- advocating for a reduction in benefits is tantamount to political suicide.

That's bad news for regular Americans, but there is a way you can fight back -- by taking charge of your retirement with what I call "Social Security Insurance."

Here's How It Works... 
There is no complicated system to learn. All you have to do is buy equal amounts of five of America's most stable and reliable businesses -- and then cash the dividend checks they mail out each month. Their yields vary slightly from day to day, but at the time of writing this group was paying an average yield of 9.64%. 

That means you'll get paid $9,640 a year for every $100k you put into this program. For example, someone who invested a nest egg of $500,000 would earn about $48,000 every year. Of course, you can invest as little or as much as you want, so there is no limit to how much you can make here. 

And it's all so simple... Unlike Washington's complex retirement system, you don't have to guess at the best time to enroll... or worry about missing out on benefits by not knowing the optimal "claiming strategy."

You don't have to qualify or fill out any paperwork. You can collect even if you've never worked a day in your life. And you can start taking payouts whenever you want, because our program is open to anyone, at any age. You can even start tomorrow.

Unlike regular retirement checks, which stop when you die... these checks never stop coming. You can even pass your payments on to an heir... and they can collect the money after you're gone. 

And don't worry, you don't have to give up your Social Security benefits if you enter this program. This new money is in addition to anything you get from Social Security. 

A Bulletproof Retirement Program
The average Social Security retirement benefit is $1,236 per month. The absolute max for anyone who files at their "Full Retirement Age" of 66 in 2016 is $2,639. Someone with just $150,000 to invest in these stocks could see $1,205 extra dollars per month, effectively doubling the average Social Security benefit.

To top it all off, our program's payouts grow faster, too. Social Security raises its payout by a meager average of 2% a year -- and in some years gives out nothing extra at all. The cash from our Social Security Insurance program grows more than twice as fast, by about 5% a year. 

But here's the most crucial point of all: Our private Social Security Insurance Program isn't going to run out of money. It combines five remarkable income streams in five unrelated business sectors into a single bulletproof retirement program. 

How is this possible? It's all thanks to the small corner of Wall Street populated by stocks that are absolutely ruthless about raising their dividends. Every year. Or even every quarter when they can.

Here's the proof…

According to Ned Davis Research, if you had invested $10,000 in 1972 in the S&P 500 stocks that didn’t pay dividends you would now be sitting on $30,153.

But if you had invested in the dividend-growers you would have $457,791. That's 15 times as much money.

The indisputable winning track record of dividend-paying stocks is behind the Social Security Insurance Program.

You Can Start Earning Today
Look, I've been an investment advisor for 22 years now. And I've always found there are pros and cons to every investment. But I can honestly think of NO good reason not to enroll in this program.

Each of these companies has enough cash to keep paying as far out as we can project. And they will keep on paying you no matter what the politicians do to Social Security. Click here to see exactly how to start your own Social Security Insurance Program now.

This article originally appeared on StreetAuthority.