More specifically, the DI Trust Fund will run out of money in 2016, two years sooner than expected. The Social Security Report also projected that OASDI operating expenses will surpass non-interest income beginning in 2012 and will continue this excess for the remaining 75 years.
Patrick Mansfield | US Gov Connect
The Trustees of the Social Security Board released their 2012 Annual Report to Congress regarding the financial condition of the Trust Funds. The report stated that the total assets of the Disability Insurance (OASDI) and the Old-Age and Survivors Insurance Trust Funds will be depleted by 2033; this is three years sooner than the estimate in 2011.
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