You’ve been hearing the grim reports for years now: Social Security is headed for big trouble as Baby Boomers retire and folks live longer. But could a bill that’s wending its way through Congress be just the fix that’s needed? The Social Security 2100 Act was first introduced in 2014 and then again in 2017, but never received a vote. So now the bill, that supporters say could keep Social Security in the black indefinitely, may have new life. On this Moneywise Live, Rob West and Steve Moore have details.
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