The Impact of an Aging Society

The realities of a continually growing life expectancy gap, and the implications this demographic change has for Social Security, are discussed in an article titled “A Safety Net–Not a Gravy Train” posted on by Robert J. Samuelson. The author, a former columnist for National Journal magazine and Newsweek, provides commentary on a study published by National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, and offers viewpoints on how spending levels driven by the life expectancy gap have the tendency to alter the original intent of Social Security. Read the article here…


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