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Just A Reminder: The Social Security Trust Fund Has Been In Deficit Since 2010

According to a new report from the Social Security trustees, the behemoth entitlement program’s trust fund will run a negative balance some time in 2035, but that’s a bit misleading. First, the program’s obligations are more than the program’s tax collections, meaning that the entire program is running in the red. This means that in [...]
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