National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare2022-04-28T22:17:00-04:00

You’re Never Too Old to Improve Your Financial Literacy

During the month of April, advisers and experts from the financial, education and business sectors come together to help younger people understand how to successfully manage their personal finances. Continue reading

Will Privatization Force Traditional Medicare Out of Business?

Five or ten years from now, seniors may wake up one morning and discover that their beloved Medicare program has been completely privatized. And it will not be because that’s what seniors want; it will be due to corporate influence and profiteering.

As Social Security Field Offices Re-open, Seniors Need Congress to Properly Fund SSA

Social Security field offices that have been shuttered since the beginning of the pandemic will re-open on Thursday. That’s a relief for seniors and people with disabilities who have been unable to obtain in-person service for more than two years.

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SSA Woefully Underfunded, Struggling to Provide Customer Service, Witnesses Tell Congress

Witness after witness at Tuesday’s Congressional hearing on Social Security Administration (SSA) customer service testified that the agency is in dire need of additional resources in order to properly serve the public.  The hearing was held by the House Ways and Means Social Security subcommittee, chaired by Rep. John Larson (D-CT), with testimony from a variety of witnesses from SSA and advocacy groups. 


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