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continuing tax revenue is expected to be sufficient to cover 76 percent of the currently scheduled benefits.
http://www.ssa.gov/policy/docs/ssb/v70n3/v70n3p111.html


But how are they going to distribute the shortfall? I have a decent pension and some assets, so by the normal punish-those-who-provide-for-themselves mechanism I figure I'll be seeing a bigger cut than most.

Unless, MAYBE, if I actually start drawing benefits before the "reform". Which is why I plan to start drawing benefits ASAP.
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