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Trump cut Social Security changes from budget proposal

Trump cut Social Security changes from budget proposal

President Trump scrapped potential reforms to Social Security and Medicare while preparing his first budget request, according to Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney

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What it will take to fix Social Security

What it will take to fix Social Security

Social Security is the largest single program in the federal budget. A recent blog post from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) reports that in 2017, Social Security benefits will cost about 4.9 percent of total U.S. GDP

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The scary statistic that shows why Trump needs to fix Social Security now

The scary statistic that shows why Trump needs to fix Social Security now

Despite proposing major spending cuts to most domestic agencies, President Trump's "skinny budget" spares the Social Security Administration

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Social Security, Medicare will fail without reform

Social Security, Medicare will fail without reform

I have often wondered why policymakers in Washington repeatedly fail to seriously address problems with our Social Security and Medicare programs, despite repeated warnings by economists and the programs' administrators that the programs will begin spending more than they take in by the end of the decade

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When do state pension plans reduce Social Security benefits?

When do state pension plans reduce Social Security benefits?

My wife is a first-grade teacher in California. I work in the automotive-parts Industry. I have a friend and his wife is also a teacher and he just retired from the auto-parts business

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Trump Doubles Down on Controversial Pledge to Leave Social Security, Medicare Untouched

Trump Doubles Down on Controversial Pledge to Leave Social Security, Medicare Untouched

President Trump delivered his first speech Tuesday night to a joint session of Congress, discussing his budget blueprint for the coming fiscal year which includes a $54 billion increase in defense spending, a large cut in funding for the Environmental Protection Agency-- and "no changes" to Social Security and Medicare

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