Monthly Archives: November 2013

Now That We’ve Fixed Social Security – It’s on to Healthcare!

Of course my title is in jest, but what I hope is recognized is that there are plenty of options to make Social Security sustainable for the long term. Among the options, there are things for different vantage points to … Continue reading

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We Have Options with Social Security

Been a very busy past few weeks at work, so I haven’t had the time to blog. Bad Blogger! I found a pretty good summary of Social Security reform options on the AARP website. http://www.aarp.org/work/social-security/info-05-2012/perspectives-options-for-reforming-social-security-AARP-ppi-econ-sec.html  The vast majority of options presented … Continue reading

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Social Security Reform – A Primer

As promised, I wanted to share some ideas to reform Social Security and make it more viable. My premise has been that this should be a much more simple task than doing the same for Medicare. It makes sense right? … Continue reading

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