Social Security Trust Fund

Democrats fight to prevent Social Security benefits cuts

by Staff | March 2nd, 2011

March 2. 2011

A group of U.S. senators is trying to protect cuts against Social Security benefits, according to thehill.com.

Nine senators, eight of whom are Democrats, have signed a letter seeking co-sponsors for legislation to block changes in Social Security benefits. They say the Social Security trust fund is strong and faces no crisis.

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What do you think is the biggest threat to Social Security benefits right now? What results to Social Security benefits would you like to see from your congressman?

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Writer believes Social Security benefits won’t go bankrupt

by Staff | February 1st, 2011

February 1, 2011

In a letter to the editor about Social Security benefits in The Las Vegas Sun, one man says Social Security is not bankrupt and there is a lot of misleading information being put out in public.

He says that there are about 2.5 trillion in the Social Security Trust Fund and assets earning annual interest and represent the excess of payroll taxes collected over benefits paid out.

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Do you believe your Social Security benefits are in danger? Do you believe future generations are prepared for retirement?

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Social Security faces huge deficit

by Staff | January 14th, 2011

January 14, 2011

The Social Security deficit will be around $6 trillion over the next 75 years, according to FOX News.

Thousands of Baby Boomers will be collecting Social Security benefits over the next 19 years, which is partially to blame for the crunch.

The government is faced with having to either raise taxes or borrow money to pay off what is owed to the Social Security trust fund.

How do you think the government should handle the Social Security deficit? Do you know someone who will be collecting Social Security benefits this year?

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