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Rethinking Social Security: What Crisis? It Ain't Broke, So No Need to Fix It
The Washington Post; subscription may be requiredLink to more items from this source
Jan. 24, 2005
Excerpt: The latest Social Security trustees' report, whose numbers even the White House uses, predicts that the Social Security program can pay all promised benefits for the next 38 years -- with no changes at all. The June 2004 estimate from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office projects that Social Security can pay all promised benefits without changes for even longer, until 2052. That's nearly half a century.

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