Social Security Disability Trust Fund

Insolvent by: 2098

Projected benefit cut: 0%

The Countdown

Our major federal trust funds are projected to be insolvent within 11 years or less.

Why is it in trouble?

The retiree population is growing so fast that the system is going to be paying out more in benefits than it collects in taxes each year.

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What can we do to fix Medicare?

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What is Medicare?

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Get Into the Weeds

The Case for Trust Fund Solutions

Three major trust funds are projected to be insolvent in the next 11 years. The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) projects the Highway Trust Fund will run out in Fiscal Year (FY) 2028, the Medicare HI trust fund in FY 2025, the Social Security OASI trust fund in FY 2033. The Social Security and Medicare Trustees and Chief Actuaries have similar projections…

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What Can I do?

Reach Out to Congress

We need Congress to fix these tough issues before our seniors, our economy, and future generations are in jeopardy. Find your representative and share your concerns.

Share with Friends

These federal trust fund issues affect us all—whether we’re just starting out or nearing retirement. Get the word out. 

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