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Social Security’s Future In Plain English

The gist of the piece is that 80 percent of Millennials question whether Social Security will be there for them, and argues that this worry is misplaced.

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State of Social Security Trust Funds Worse Than You Think

Do you find comfort in the fact that people have been warning about the demise of Social Security for 30 years?

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Social Security: Worry About Bomb Size Not Fuse Length

The Trustees recommend that lawmakers address the projected trust fund shortfalls in a timely way in order to phase in necessary changes gradually and give workers and beneficiaries time to adjust to them.

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The real facts regarding Medicare, Social Security solvency

While the era of “alternative facts” dawned in Washington last week, experts from across the ideological spectrum gathered in the capital for a review of real facts about our two most important retirement programs: Social Security and Medicare.

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Trustees report: Social Security, Medicare hitting rocky road

The trust fund that supports Medicare is now projected to run out of money in 2028, two years earlier than projected last year.

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Why Social Security faces a certain crisis

In February, polling data revealed that questions surrounding the long-term financial stability of Social Security have pushed the program ahead of joblessness as the top economic concern of the voting public.

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