Social Security can be put on a sustainable path with progressive reforms that protect low-income retirees
July 01, 2011
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SOURCE: Data from the Congressional Budget Office, Social Security Policy Options (July 2010). Compiled and calculated by PGPF.
NOTE: The Social Security deficit is measured over 75‐years and is expressed in terms of present values. Numbers may not add due to rounding.

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