As the population ages, fewer workers will be paying taxes to support Social Security beneficiaries
May 01, 2012
SOURCE: Data from the Social Security Administration, 2012 Trustees Report. Compiled by PGPF.
Over the next twenty years, 77 million members of the baby boom generation will move into old age, swelling the ranks of entitlement beneficiaries. The number of working-age adults available to support those beneficiaries will not keep pace.
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