3 Options for Fixing Social Security, From $200-a-Month Raises to Means Testing


Americans have long known that the trust fund that powers Social Security was living on borrowed time. But this spring, we learned its life span was even shorter than we thought: The program’s trustees are now projecting that, without Congressional action, the combined retirement and disability fund’s reserves will run dry in 2034, one year earlier than previously…

This story appeared on barrons.com, 2023-05-26.
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