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Social Security- Births, Timing, Break-Even

So I wrote a letter to the SSA concerning a few issues- I wanted to know births between 1940 - 2010, to try and get a gage for when SSA will come under the most pressure financially. I wanted to know when the Cover-to-Benefit ratio (amount of people paying in to system to cover each one drawing benefits). I wanted to know when SSA would take in less money than they pay out.
 
Boy- did I get some answers...
 
Birth rates calculated by the National Center of Health Services (NCHS) as the primary data source.

Social Security

 The Widows and Orphans program started in the early 1930’s has morphed over the last approximately 80 years into a retirement entitlement for all Americans. It has been changed so many times over the years that I literally lost track.
Here is what you need to know- NO ONE ever pays in enough for what they take out. NO ONE is legally entitled to this; it could be changed or stopped at any time- without recourse. NO ONE has the political will to stop it. Picture it as a huge boulder tumbling down a mountain-side.
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