Some people believe that governments should take care of old people and provide financial support after they retire. Others say individuals should save money during their working years to fund their own retirement. Discuss both views and give your opinion.


Some people concur that the elderly should be given care and financial support from the authorities, whilst others believe individuals should accumulate their money to be financially independent after retiring. From my perspective, I think the government should give care and support the elderly financially as today they receive less attention from their offspring.


To start with, people who think that senior citizens should be given care and financial support believe today old people receive less attention from the young. As modern life is becoming increasingly hectic. As a result, young people today spend the majority of their time working and this means they have limited time for their ageing parents. As a result, most old people today suffer from loneliness, leading to various mental problems. Additionally, with a meagre income after retiring, the elderly might be unable to afford to cure these potential illnesses. Therefore, it is crucial for the government to take care of old people and support them financially.



Conversely, those who think that senior citizens should afford their own life after they retire believe instead of allocating public funds on elderly care, the government should invest it in other important sectors such as education and infrastructure. Giving all senior citizens financial supports puts a financial strain on the public funds as it has to be allocated more on health-care services and pensions for the elderly. Consequently, other essential sectors such as education and infrastructure would receive fewer funds to develop.


In conclusion, although some people think that the elderly should be financially independent after they retire since it would create more funds for essential sectors such as education and infrastructure, I believe the government should support those people as they are given little financial help and care.

Some people concur that the elderly should be given care and financial support from the authorities, whilst others believe individuals should accumulate their money to be financially independent after retiring. From my perspective, I think the government should give care and support the elderly financially as today they receive less attention from their offspring. (wrong word)


To start with, people who think that senior citizens should be given governmental care and financial support believe today (wrong position) old people receive less attention from the young today. As modern life is becoming increasingly hectic. (fragment, not a sentence) As a result, young people today spend the majority of their time working and this means they have limited time for their ageing parents. As a result, most old people today suffer from loneliness, leading to various mental problems. Additionally, with a meagre income after retiring, the elderly might be unable to afford to treat cure these potential illnesses. Therefore, it is crucial for the government to take care of old people and support them financially.



Conversely, those who think that senior citizens should afford their own life after they retire believe instead of allocating public funds on elderly care, the government should invest it in other important sectors such as education and infrastructure. Giving all senior citizens financial supports (wrong form) puts a financial strain on the public funds as it has to be allocated more on health-care services and pensions for the elderly. Consequently, other essential sectors such as education and infrastructure would receive less. fewer funds to develop.


In conclusion, although some people think that the elderly should be financially independent after they retire since it would create more funds for essential sectors such as education and infrastructure, I believe the government should support those people as they are given little financial help and care.