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NPR's The Indicator
Stacey Vanek Smith & Cardiff Garcia
This year, Social Security will not make enough money to cover its expenses—it will have to dip into its savings. That savings is slated to run out by 2034. As baby boomers retire, the Social Security equation is changing. Today on the show, we look at possible fixes.