How tapering can help Social Security’s return on investment
How will the Federal Reserve’s taper plans affect Social Security Trust Funds? First, tapering is shorthand for a gradual end to the massive bond-buying program the Federal Reserve unleashed in early 2020 when the pandemic crashed the economy. The Federal Reserve reacting to the rise in the inflation rate decided to double the pace of tapering, which would bring the bond-buying to the end of March instead of mid-2022, as originally planned. So, what does this mean to the Trust Fund? Chuck Saletta describes how tapering could help increase Social Security Trust Fund’s return on its investments. Read Mr. Saletta’s article here…
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