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Elderly Benefits – At Risk

From deceptive information to phony letters and phone calls from criminals misrepresenting the United States Government, the elderly has become one of the biggest targets of criminal behavior since the 1960s. 

From the White House to the federal departments that make up our government, the integrity of America is being revealed to the world. 

The Future of Social Security

According to Investopedia, Social Security may look drastically different in the next few decades, especially since the Social Security Administration’s 2019 Trustees Report estimates the funds will be depleted in 2035 based on the current way it operates. That means that it will have no cash reserves and will only be able to pay out what it takes in on an annual basis.2

The 2035 date is one year later than previous estimates, but some financial analysts predict the reserves could run out even sooner.

The financial outlook for Medicare’s Hospital Insurance Trust Fund deteriorated in the last year, and Social Security still faces serious long-term financial problems, the Trump administration said on Tuesday.

The projections are the first from the administration since President Trump signed a $1.5 trillion tax cut into law in December. They show no sign that a burst of economic growth will significantly improve the finances of the government’s largest entitlement programs.

Medicare Set To Run Out In 8 Years

New York Times ( By Robert Pear)

The Medicare trust fund will be depleted in 2026, the administration said. By contrast, the government said last year that the trust fund would be exhausted in 2029.

In a companion report, federal officials said the Social Security Trust Funds for old-age benefits and disability insurance, taken together, could be depleted in 2034, the same year projected in last year’s report. The fund that helps tens of millions of retirees is expected to be depleted a year earlier than projected last year, while the outlook for the disability trust fund is more favorable.

Still, tax collections would be sufficient to pay about three-fourths of promised Social Security benefits for 75 years.



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