The future of social security for this generation and the next Hearing before the Subcommittee on Social Security of the Committee on Ways and Means, ... first session, March 6 and April 10, 1997 by United States

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I nthe eldest members of the Baby Boom generation turned 62 and became eligible to collect early retirement benefits from Social Security.

Shortly thereafter, inSocial Security began running its first cash deficit sincewhen Ronald Reagan worked with Congress to rescue the program from financial collapse.

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Get this from a library. The future of social security for this generation and the next: hearings from the th Congress. [United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means.] -- A compilation of Ways and Means Committee hearings and other documents relating to social security reform.

The future of social security for this generation and the next: current state of public opinion on the future of social security: hearing before the Subcommittee on Social Security of the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fifth Congress, first session, Octo.

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Use this tool to find out what you stand to lose unless Washington acts. If you're having trouble viewing the tool, click here for a direct link. The Social Security Trust Funds are projected to become insolvent inaccording to the program's trustees.

At that point, revenues coming into the program will be. Young social workers need to be considering the future, because what you do or don’t do now could have an impact on society in the future. If you do not fight for policies to protect Social Security and Medicare, then you will face a future where poverty will skyrocket among the elderly, much like it was before these policies were put into place.

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Patricia P. Martin and David A. Weaver are with the Office of Retirement Policy, Office of Policy, Social Security Administration. Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank Ed DeMarco, Larry DeWitt, Susan Grad, Joyce Manchester, Linda Martin, Scott Muller, and Paul Van de Water for helpful comments and suggestions.

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He was right. Although Social Security has long been viewed as the third rail of American politics—touch it and die—it really is better seen as. However, neither Social Security nor Medicare considered future changes in the United States' population or economy.

Now, with the Baby Boomer generation at retirement age, the number of people drawing on Social Security and Medicare is about to rise exponentially. While Social Security is projected to remain financially stable for the next few.

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Forour organizations are continuing this important work. [O]ur Social Security system is also an actuarially unfunded system there is no obligation for this generation to have children at the same rate as did previous generations.

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