“Social Security beneficiaries would still get 78% in 2034 even if Congress does nothing at all,” Martha Shedden, president and co-founder of the National Association of Registered Social Security Analysts, told Financial Advisor magazine. “There are so many variables that can be adjusted that can extend the longevity of the system for decades, it’s just going to take that shock of the possibility that benefits will be reduced to get lawmakers to act,” Shedden said.
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