ON-Lion Letter
Social Security is turning 81 this month -- but without reform, its trust funds won't make it to 100.

That means the program will be insolvent when today's 49-year-olds reach the retirement age -- and they stand to lose, on average, $100,000.

A new interactive, online tool from the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget (CRFB) in Washington, D.C., allows you to find out how old you will be when the trust fund runs out and just how much you stand to lose.

Just enter your year of birth and press enter.

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee substantially supports CRFB.


Actions: E-mail | Permalink |