The reality raises questions about the kind of future we want to leave for the next generation.
A decade ago, DeSantis was supporting real efforts at reforming Social Security. Now, he's refusing to even acknowledge the problem.
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Even taking all the money from every billionaire wouldn't cover our coming bankruptcy.
Why the businessman launched a long shot campaign for the presidency.
Politicians' go-to fixes like child tax credits and federal paid leave are known for creating disincentives to work without much impact on fertility.
In 1950, there were more than 16 workers for every beneficiary. In 2035, that ratio will be only 2.3 workers per retiree.
The Congressional Budget Office projects that future deficits will explode. But there's a way out.
The biggest beneficiaries of economic growth are poor people. But the deepest case for economic growth is a moral one.
More airline workers and more flights—not bailouts and restrictions on mergers—is the better policy.
There is demand for child tax credits, paid family leave, and funding for crisis pregnancy centers but the Rubio-Romney plan is not the answer.
The Department of Labor and Sen. Elizabeth Warren have strong opinions about Fidelity’s new 401K option
Something to be grateful for.
A new report from the Social Security Administration expects the program to hit insolvency by 2035. Some experts say it could happen as soon as 2028 if there is a serious recession.
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The Republican tax plan contains one reform worth cheering for.
82 percent over 50 expect to keep working
There's hope for America's worst generation