Are we really entitled to this?

Gokhale, Jagadeesh
December 2006
Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;12/1/2006, Issue 323642, p23
The author reflects on the urgent need to reposition the big entitlement programs in the U.S., the Social Security and Medicare, on a sounder financial footing. This necessity was seen and observed by the U.S. Congress. The Social Security's total imbalance has increased to $13.4 trillion in 2006 according to the Security's trustees.


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