Social Security remains a successful and solidly financed social insurance program for working and retired families. While efforts continue to undermine Social Security by questioning the solvency of the program:
- The 2002 Trustees Report confirms that Social Security is fiscally sound and solvent decades into the future.
- Even under dire economic conditions, today’s young workers will still receive higher benefits when they retire than today’s seniors after adjusting for inflation.
- Proposals to replace Social Security’s guaranteed benefits and social insurance protections with private accounts would seriously undermine the economic security of all Americans.
More To Read
December 7, 2022
The way our state raises money is not fair. A wealth tax would help right that wrong.
November 21, 2022
Register for our Session Kickoff Event Today: January 5th, 2023
November 17, 2022
Elected leaders must make addressing healthcare costs a top priority