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Warren Buffett–A Historical View of What Should be Done About Social Security

Social Security’s looming solvency problem is beginning to draw attention (again), now as a segment of the 2024 presidential election debates. Solutions are popping up in many corners, and they range from doing nothing to shoring up the revenue side of the equation with tax increases to tweaking selected areas of the program to extend its productive life. So, with the focus evolving this year, it’s sort of refreshing to look back to 2005 and reflect on Warren Buffett, as a well-accomplished American businessman, investor, and philanthropist, had to say so many years ago about the program. Check out this post by Jing Pan for a quick retrospective on thoughts from someone with excellent insights.

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