Social Security’s problems can be solved
Social Security has serious problems, but it can still be saved, in its present form, if the correct actions are taken. The government must make provisions for repaying the $2.7 trillion debt that it owes to the trust fund. Since 2010, Social Security has been unable to pay full benefits without borrowing a substantial amount of money from China or one of our other creditors. It cannot continue to do that indefinitely. The Social Security trust fund is empty. The money that is alleged to be in the trust fund has already been spent by the government for non-Social Security purposes…Read More
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