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How long will Social Security run out of money?
Key Points The Social Security trust fund most Americans rely on for their retirement will run out of money in 12 years, one year sooner than previously expected, according to an annual government report.
When will the Social Security Trust Fund run out?
AARP | Comments: 40 En espaol | According to the 2020 annual report of the Social Security Board of Trustees, the surplus in the trust funds that disburse retirement, disability and other Social Security benefits will be depleted by 2035.
Will Social Security end in 2020?
That’s one year earlier than the trustees projected in their 2020 report. That does not mean Social Security will no longer be around; it means the system will exhaust its cash reserves and will be able to pay out only what it takes in year-to-year in Social Security taxes.
When will Social Security benefits be paid in full?
As a result of changes to Social Security enacted in 1983, benefits are now expected to be payable in full on a timely basis until 2037, when the trust fund reserves are projected to become exhausted. 1 At the point where the reserves are used up, continuing taxes are expected to be enough to pay 76 percent of scheduled benefits.