603 - Improving and Saving Social Security

Social Security has been the cornerstone of retirement income for millions of Americans since its introduction in 1935. Much has changed over the years, yet the last major reforms to the Social Security were in the early-1980s. The system is rapidly drawing down its financial reserves and will be unable to pay full benefits in the near future. Speakers at this session provide an overview of the current system, identify some areas for improvement, and offer insightful thoughts on how to address the projected deficits.

Speakers:

Mr. Craig P. Rosenthal

Mercer

Mr. James G. Berberian

Buck

Mr. Jonathan R. Barry

Credits:

CPD Credit: 1.50 EA Core Credit: 0.00 EA Ethics Credit: 0.00 EA Non-Core Credit: 1.50 EA Formal Credit: 1.50