February 16, 2011
According to a report from usnews.com, these are a few of the principals President Obama says will guide him in Social Security reform:
• Any reform should strengthen Social Security for future generations and restore long-term solvency.
• The Social Security Administration will oppose any measures that privatize or weaken the Social Security system.
• While all measures to strengthen solvency should be on the table, the Social Security Administration will not accept an approach that slashes benefits for future generations.
You can see the complete list here.
How do you think the national government is handling Social Security reform? What concerns do you have in regards to your Social Security benefits?
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