Congress will do what it takes to keep these programs going. Economists’ take is that this would mean the diverting of finite resources from other needs. Permanently Stabilizing U.S. social insurance programs will involve structural reform which aim is to shift towards higher revenue and lower spending.
The key takeaway from current news and events is that SSDI is here to stay and money will still be able to be paid out in the future so there is no reason to not expect to become a beneficiary of U.S. social insurance programs at one point in time or another. It is best to stay educated and be prepared when the time comes.
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