Conference Call On The State of Social Security
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On Monday, April 23 at 5:00 p.m. ET, please join Senator Mark Begich (D-Alaska), Chairman of the Senate Democratic Steering and Outreach Committee (DSOC) for a Tele-Town Hall to discuss the findings of the Social Security Trustees’ Report and the impact for recipients.
Social Security is a promise to Americans if they work hard and contribute, and a lifeline for caregivers and disabled. We must never break that promise. Social Security has a $2.7 trillion surplus in the Trust Fund, which is continuing to grow, and it can pay all of the promised benefits for decades into the future. Unlike the rest of government, Social Security may not borrow to pay benefits. In that sense, Social Security is not only the most important federal program, but the most fiscally responsible.
- Date: Monday, April 23rd
- Time: 5:00 p.m. ET
- Title: The State of Social Security
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