“Social Security Insolvency” Is Code for Cutting Our Benefits

Fully funding Social Security isn’t hard. We should do it.

Before long, the last of the United States’ 76 million baby boomers will turn 67, and the proportion of Americans who claim Social Security benefits will reach historic highs. It’s no surprise that millions of millennials and Gen Zers think that the program will probably run out of money before they retire. Despite a lack […]

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