406 - Problem Solving Roundtable: Saving Social Security
Absent any legislative action, Social Security benefits are expected to decrease by about 25% in 2033. With an eye toward addressing this problem, panelists discuss different levers we could pull to make Social Security solvent. Should we increase taxes? Cut benefits? A bit of both? We'll use polling to gather input to serve as the starting point for a Social Security reform package to be presented to lawmakers. Let’s harness the brainpower of actuaries and help make a difference.
Justin N. Hornburg
Mr. Craig P. Rosenthal
Mr. James G. Berberian
Mr. Jonathan R. Barry
Patricia A. Rotello
Credits:CPD Credit: 2.00 EA Core Credit: 0.00 EA Ethics Credit: 0.00 EA Non-Core Credit: 0.00 EA Formal Credit: 0.00