Social Security Expansion Advocates Target Presidential Candidates
As millions of Americans prepare this year for one of the biggest milestones in their lives – retirement – the program that they have come to most depend on in retirement its celebrating its own milestone. The Social Security program turns 80-years-old on August 14.
Obama Says Cliff Deal ‘in Sight’
Speaking from the White House, President Obama said Monday afternoon that a deal to avert the fiscal cliff--at least making sure taxes don't go up on middle class Americans--is "in sight."
Social Security Assets ‘Adequate’ for 10 Years, Deficits Begin 2021
Disability trust fund will run dry in 2016, OASI in 2035, according to the 2012 Social Security Trustees report.
Social Security Trustees Will Report Large, Growing Surplus: Advocacy Group
The Strengthen Social Security Campaign predicts that the annual Social Security Trustees Report due April 23 will say eligible Americans can count on benefits "for the next century and well beyond."
Obama Deficit Reduction Panel Releases Revised Report; Final Vote Delayed
The co-chairs of President Barack Obama's deficit reduction commission released Wednesday a revised version of their plan to reduce the burgeoning deficit by $3.8 trillion through 2020, and also delayed the final vote until Friday.