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Social Security Finances: Findings of the 2020 Trustees Report

Each year, the Report of the Social Security Trustees updates projections about the future finances of Social Security’s two trust funds, the Old-Age and Survivors (OASI) Trust Fund and the Disability Insurance (DI) Trust Fund. The 2020 Social Security Trustees Report projects that revenues will be sufficient to pay all

December 30th, 2020|

Assured Income

Introduction As the nation’s only organization dedicated to social insurance and related programs, the National Academy of Social Insurance recognizes that the United States is experiencing major economic, social, and demographic shifts. These changes have confronted families and individuals with risks that were largely unforeseen when our nation’s core social

December 29th, 2020|

Future of Social Security, Medicare, and more will be shaped by lessons from COVID-19 Crisis

In a new compendium, The Future of Social Insurance: Insights From the Pandemic, fourteen top experts on Social Security, Medicare, the economy, labor and workforce issues, retirement, aging, disability and long-term care, describe what we have learned from the pandemic so far. Each reflects on how social insurance programs have come to the aid of millions of Americans during today’s extraordinary economic and health catastrophes, and how policymakers might further strengthen the programs for future crises.

October 22nd, 2020|

Statement on Social Security as a pillar of the nation’s economic security infrastructure

William M. Rodgers III is Board Chair of the National Academy of Social Insurance
Renée Landers is the Vice Chair of the National Academy of Social Insurance
William J. Arnone is Chief Executive Officer of the National Academy of Social Insurance

As the Chair and Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of the nonpartisan National Academy of Social Insurance, and its Chief Executive Officer, the following is a follow up to the statement issued last month.

September 23rd, 2020|
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