Slate Magazine: Continue Retirement Benefits Keyed to Age?

From Saturday’s Slate Magazine, an article by William Saletan:

“Don’t get me wrong. I hope you have a long and happy life. I just hope your kids don’t end up paying one-fifth to one-third of their incomes to subsidize your retirement and mine. Because that’s what awaits them: more and more boomers living to age 65 and beyond, perfectly healthy but collecting checks for decades. To head this off, we need a radical change in Social Security. I’m not talking about privatization. I’m talking about rethinking, and possibly abolishing, the whole idea of payments based on age.” Full article here:

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