Two years ago, I reviewed the 2016 Medicare Trustees Report in detail and the 2018 report continues to use the same boilerplate template. Some big changes in this year's report are:
Motley Fool wrote a good article about the 2018 Trustees report which discusses a couple of potential solutions that are highlighted in the report.
Obviously further details would need to be hashed out (e.g. for people born in what year would the new Medicare qualifying age begin?), but I believe both of these are viable options and I hope that our government acts quickly and proposes some changes to help sustain the Medicare system for the long-term since it is such a great form of Health Insurance.
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