Examining the History of Social Security Eugene Steuerle, a senior fellow at the Urban Institute and an expert on Social Security, says now that Americans are living longer and retiring earlier, the system is being taxed beyond anticipated calculations. Hear Steuerle and NPR's Renee Montagne.
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Examining the History of Social Security

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Eugene Steuerle, a senior fellow at the Urban Institute and an expert on Social Security, says now that Americans are living longer and retiring earlier, the system is being taxed beyond anticipated calculations. Hear Steuerle and NPR's Renee Montagne.