Social Security cuts may happen in 15 years
According to a report by the NY Times, Social Security will have depleted it’s reserves in about 15 years, which will result in a cut in benefits at that time. That is, unless Congress starts working together across the aisle and reaches a bipartisan solution before Social Security is in crisis mode. Though the NY Times article was very lengthy and quite detailed (see our post from yesterday), this NEWSMAX article by Jason Devaney summarizes this important issue which might affect the 63 million Americans now collecting Social Security benefits.
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Click here to read the NEWSMAX article by Jason Devaney.
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