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...ned to be. The pattern found within the various social groups dependent on Social Security is that anyone who isn’t a white men will receive less asset income –if any-, less pension benefits –if any-, and less Social Security. Social Security has the potential to become insolvent by 2040 if nothing is done to fix it. In my opinion, to prevent the trust fund of Social Security from becoming insolvent is to restore the trust fund by: raising the age from 67 to 70, cut Social Security Benefits, and increase revenues by raising payroll taxes. Hopefully Social Security will never be privatized because it would: violate what the government should be able to do, increase the payroll tax, and no guarantee of the money from what you invested, if you privatized. Social Security will be able to survive through the Baby Boom generation if the right courses of action are taken.
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