8 Ways the Government Can Cut Your Social Security Benefit. Whether ...
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Power Up: Gary Cohn says Trump's proposed cuts to Social Security would be 'political suicide'
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If lawmakers exempted existing beneficiaries, that cut would be 20 percent today, 33 percent in a decade, and literally could not solve the problem by 2034.
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How Misinformation From Social Security Can Cost You Tens of Thousands of Dollars
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Get Ready For A Post-Election Push To Slash Social Programs
John B. Larson, D-Conn., accompanied by members of
Don't look now, but the Republican tax bill will cut $25 billion from Medicare next year
Critics of increasing revenue by taxation say young workers can't afford it, while others say they can't afford not to pay more for Social Security ...
In 2015, presidential candidate Donald Trump pledged he wouldn't cut major entitlement programs. Tom Brenner/Getty Images
People rally against the Trump tax bill outside the New York Stock Exchange on December 19
Cuts in Social Security and Medicare are inevitable. Delaying reform will make it worse.
Claims that lawmakers voted to spend a Social Security surplus to pay off government debt stem from an alarmist account of a failed balanced budget ...
I'm going to tell you why the forecast on the much discussed “social
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CBO warns lawmakers that Social Security is still going broke
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Did George W. Bush 'borrow' from Social Security to fund the war in Iraq and tax cuts?
Why More Than A Million Teachers Can't Use Social Security
Colorado lawmakers' pension compromise raises teacher retirement age, cuts benefits
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Sen. Orrin Hatch (left) and Rep. Kevin Brady (second left)
In Kentucky's pension fight, teachers want to remind you: They don't get Social Security.
Understanding the program that helps secure your future
Raising the Payroll Tax by This Much Would Fix Social Security
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Trump is wrong, Dems are fighting to save Medicare and Social Security
Social Security benefits set to increase by largest amount in years
The Numbers Keep Pushing Retirees to Hold Off on Taking Those Social Security Checks Until 70
The cuts to a major disability program in Trump's budget
President Donald Trump speaks in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018. (Susan Walsh/AP)
Sanders unveils more ambitious 'Medicare For All' plan
Alicia H. Munnell of Boston College argues that it would reduce the need for benefit cuts or tax increases. Michael D. Tanner of the Cato Institute says the ...
Social Security Card. Lawmakers plan to hold a series of ...
The end is near: Social Security benefits scheduled to decrease in 2033
(Not so) Happy birthday to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
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Mitch McConnell's call to cut Medicare, Social Security, and Medicaid also perfectly laid out why it won't happen anytime soon
Social media feeds are used already, but selectively
Social Security Cuts Target Trump Voters
... Social Security Benefits Should Not Be Cut. By Ian Gray. Alan Simpson, co-chairman of the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform speaks
Obama Wanted to Cut Social Security. Then Bernie Sanders Happened.
Social Security Reform Is on the Ballot This Year
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Retirement benefits are 100 percent of the PIA for workers who first claim benefits at the “full retirement age,” less if they claim benefits earlier, ...
Larson continues push Social Security reform — and says Trump would back him
President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Social Security Act, 14th August 1935. (
3 things that could help put Social Security back in the black
President Trump recently said Republicans would “defend” #SocialSecurity. From their public statements
Today we're taking about delayed retirement credits and how they get added to your
President Trump, flanked by Republican lawmakers, celebrates the passages of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on the White House lawn in December 2017.
NCPSSM. via twitter. National Committee to Preserve Social Security ...
FILE PHOTO: A sign is seen on the entrance to a Social Security office in New York City, U.S., July 16, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File Photo
McConnell calls deficit 'very disturbing,' blames federal spending, dismisses criticism of tax cut
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Kevin Brady, chairman of the Ways and Means committee, speaks on the six-
Retirement alert: Medicare will be insolvent by 2026, Social Security by 2035, report warns
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Like everything else, Congress is underfunding the Social Security Administration
3 Examples of How Social Security Robs Americans of Greater Income Before, During Retirement
Bill Lickert, Western PA Teamsters & Employers Pension Fund Retiree Representative, flips through one
Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney testifies before a House Appropriations Committee hearing on
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6 More Myths About Social Security
“This is one of the more innovative sessions I think we've seen in a long time,” said Sen. Fred Thomas, R-Stevensville. (Shaylee Ragar/UM Legislative News ...
Do Republicans in Congress want to take away Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid?
In fact, if lawmakers extend the costly tax cuts and spending increases indefinitely, deficits will be more than $2 trillion by 2028.
Congress rethinking GPO-WEP, controversial laws that penalize retired educators