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Reviewing Social Security’s 2023 Changes

Old news at this point, but worthy of a quick refresher on what the most widely felt changes in the Social Security program for 2023. In a post on, Breaking News Reporter Eden Villalovas provides a recap of key revisions to the rules for 2023, closing with a note on the movement of the projected insolvency date one year closer. As Ms. Villalovas notes, the insolvency situation can be avoided with congressional action, something we’ve been repeatedly suggesting via this website for some time. Read Ms. Villalovas’ post here.

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