Friday, August 6, 2010

Medicare funds should be extended

With Obama's health care reform, experts believe that Medicare will remain stable for until at least 2029. This is 12 years longer than expected. Both Medicare and Social Security are facing financial depletion, as both the population and health care costs are on the rise. The New York Times also looks at the extended life that Social Security and Medicare will receive according to the latest projections.

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