Rethinking Social Security

Fairer, cheaper, and better

Most developed countries now face the twin challenges of funding social security/pension-like benefits for a growing number of aging individuals, while also having fewer young workers to pay for them. In America, Social Security has become a complex pyramid scheme that is opaque to beneficiaries, fiscally unsustainable, and yet still manages to disincentivize work…




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J. Lund

J. Lund

Futurist, Writer, and Risk Manager | BA in PolySci and MS in Mgmt | Founder of The Lianeon Project at

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