Report: Social Security is running out of money faster than forecast

The U.S. Social Security program's trustees said in a report that the combined old-age benefit and disability trust funds are running out of money faster than expected and won't be able to pay full benefits in 2033. That is three years sooner than the trustees projected in their report last year. If Congress does nothing, one official said, the government will still be able to pay 75% of promised benefits.

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