The author says that increasing life expectancies in America creates two financial burdens for Social Security and offers some detail on what this means.
The author says that the more time that goes by, the worse off financially the Social Security program becomes. He argues that politicians need to work on a fix before it’s too late.
The author says that the reform debate of Social Security has two opposing views, neither of which would actually reform the existing system.
The author says that some of the information put forth by critics of the Social Security Trust Fund is false and delineates what he says are facts surrounding the fund and its assets.