Some policymakers (and candidates) say that Social Security will be broke in just a few years. Others say it is fine, and only minimal tweaks are needed to preserve its solvency and mission.More than any generation, millennials, who will be retiring in 40 years or so, will feel the impact of the fate of the Social Security Trust.Read the article from The Atlantic, posted in the content section, and reflect on what the future holds for you and your generation

Some policymakers (and candidates) say that Social Security will be broke in just a few years. Others say it is fine, and only minimal tweaks are needed to preserve its solvency and mission.More than any generation, millennials, who will be retiring in 40 years or so, will feel the impact of the fate of the Social Security Trust.Read the article from The Atlantic, posted in the content section, and reflect on what the future holds for you and your generation.If you were the lead policy advisor to the new President, tasked with examining Social Security and its challenges, name two things you would try to implement (I say try because us \”gray hairs\” might fight you on any changes!). As with all policy analysis, consider the politics and needed buy-in from various stakeholders.You may need to locate additional sources to help forge your own opinions and policy alternatives.Post a thoughtful comment with at least one citation, and then comment on at least two classmates\’ comments.