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Congress keeps on passing legislation that the country can’t actually afford. But how to solve the problem? Jason J. Fichtner and Frederick W. Kilbourne point out that depending on which assumptions you accept, Social Security will go bankrupt in 2027, in 2033 … or never. And that complete confusion about when it will dry up […]

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