Reader inquires about Social Security’s role in national deficit
November 17th, 2010|
November 17, 2010
A reader of The Morning Call was curious about the role of Social Security cuts to reduce the national deficit.
The response said future Social Security beneficiaries would have to work longer to collect full Social Security payments and the retirement age would rise from 65 to 67.
Do you think it’s fair to raise the Social Security benefit age? Do you think reforming Social Security is the best way to fix the national deficit?
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