Will aging boomers lose benefits?
USA Today, January 17, 2008
A rough consensus among experts is that a projected long-term explosion of healthcare costs could force sweeping changes in both Medicare and private health insurance. This trend fuels the doubts of several baby boomers that the government will deliver the full Social Security and Medicare benefits it has promised.
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