The main trust fund behind Medicare, the $583 billion U.S. health program for the elderly and disabled, will be exhausted in 2030, four years later than projected last year, the government reported. An improving economy and the health-care ... BusinessWeek, 1 hour ago
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Maybe Medicare spending won't break the bank, after all--or at least not as quickly as we thought. Medicare's trustees said Monday that they think the recent slowdown in health care spending might continue, which would save the system billions of ...National Journal, 1 hour ago Medicare Hospital Fund to Last 4 Years Longer Time, 4 hours ago Main Medicare fund will run out of money in 2030- trustees CNBC, 4 hours ago Lower health costs extend Medicare hospital fund by 4 years; Social Security OK until 2034 Canadian Business Magazine, 4 hours ago
Enlarge Photo Slowing health costs will keep the Medicare trust fund from going broke until 2030, or four year later than last year's projections, the Obama administration said Monday. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew and Health and Human Services ...Washington Times, 3 hours ago Trustees: Medicare Now Projected To Remain Solvent Until 2030 Kaiser Health News, 1 hour ago Lower spending to extend Medicare fund's life by four years, trustees say TD Ameritrade, 4 hours ago UPDATE: Lower spending to extend Medicare fund's life by four years, trustees say TD Ameritrade, 4 hours ago
-trustees@ (Adds trustee quotes) WASHINGTON, July 28 (Reuters) - Slower growth in U.S. healthcare spending and expected savings from Obamacare are shoring up the funding outlook for the federal Medicare program that covers the hospital bills of ...CNBC, 3 hours ago CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Slower U.S. healthcare cost rise extending life of Medicare fund -trustees Reuters, 2 hours ago Slower U.S. healthcare cost rise extending life of Medicare fund: trustees Reuters India, 2 hours ago
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By Damian Paletta WASHINGTON--The nation's two biggest entitlement programs are facing competing trends, government trustees said Monday--with Medicare's trust fund rebounding strongly, but Social Security's disability fund on the brink of ...4 Traders, 3 hours ago Medicare, Social Security Headed in Different Directions 4 Traders, 4 hours ago
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The amount of money the federal government has borrowed from the Social Security trust fund, the Medicare trust fund and other government agencies just crossed the $5 trillion mark. Politicians downplay the number, saying it isn't really debt; ...Investor's Business Daily, 1 week ago
Today's annual report from the Medicare program's Boards of Trustees brings good news about the program's financial future: Its Trust Fund will last four more years, to 2030, and projected Part B premiums for 2015 will not increase for the second ...The White House, 1 hour ago Medicare finances improve partly due to ACA, hospital expenses, trustee report says Washington Post, 4 hours ago ACA programs close doors Marianas Variety, 3 days ago
The trustees of the Social Security trust fund just released their annual report . In brief, the Soc Sec trust find has a $2.8 trillion surplus, which is a significant increase over last year. The main Soc Sec retirement trust fund will be ...Daily Kos, 2 hours ago Awaiting the 2014 Social Security Trustees' Report Huffington Post, 3 days ago
The scheduled depletion date for Social Security's Disability Insurance Trust Fund is only two years away, in late 2016, according to a new government report. Jacob Lew The report, from the Social Security and Medicare Boards of Trustees, found ...WebCPA, 2 hours ago Why Do We Fund Social Security Differently From Other Government Programs? Forbes.com, 1 month ago Social Security Disability Insurance Event Shines a Light on Program's Importance Noodls, 2 weeks ago
As Baby Boomers retire, the Social Security trust fund is getting closer to running out of money, a new study finds. Last week I explained why I thought it would be a bad idea to close Social Security's long-term funding gap by simply making all ...Time, 6 days ago
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