More and more people are choosing to retire early, and they're dipping into their Social Security benefits.
The 75-year-old program is facing a rare shortfall because so many people took their benefits in 2009. Thanks to widespread unemployment and a down economy, many baby boomers are finding it hard to get by without that extra income.
This morning on "Good Morning America" you saw personal finance expert Mellody Hobson discussing the issue.
Hobson, who is president of Ariel Investments,...Full Story