The federal government’s pension plan is on the verge of breaking down.
The government’s plans for retirees, long-term disability benefits and pensions will likely be canceled or scaled back.
That could lead to a wave of pension cuts and potentially a loss of jobs.
But the pension fund will still pay out more than $3 trillion a year.
And many retirees will still get what they paid into the system: Social Security, Medicare, and disability pensions.
If it all goes down, many retirees won’t get a pension at all.
Here’s what happens next.
The federal retirement plan will have to make changes to keep the funds afloat, and the federal government is taking a hard line.
President Trump has promised to cut Social Security benefits, but he has so far only been able to do so through a combination of cutting the number of Social Security recipients and eliminating the employer mandate.
The Social Security disability benefits would be cut as well, but Trump has said he would also cut benefits for some older workers.
That means the retirement funds would have to change their plans.
What that means for you If you are 65 or older, you might not get a Social Security benefit until the next Social Security year, or until 2022.
If you have a disability or retirement account, you may get it later in your retirement.
And you may not get any retirement benefits until 2032, when your Social Security account runs out of money.
If your retirement account runs low, you could lose a portion of your money and be unable to pay for a future pension.
If the retirement fund doesn’t get its pension, it would likely take a hit from the Treasury Department.
The Treasury Department would likely reduce the amount it would be able to borrow.
That would make it harder for many Americans to make the long-run financial decisions that would lead to higher retirement benefits.
If a pension plan runs out, the Social Security Trustees will likely take over the pension plan from the federal governments.
The retirement fund is not expected to be in trouble anytime soon.
The plan is already in trouble, according to the trustees of the Social Services and Investment Board.
In March, the trustees said that it has enough money to cover its obligations until 2035.
But there is also a $4 trillion gap between what the Social Protection Trustees say it has and what the federal agency says it has.
This is part of a trend that has been going on for the past few years.
In the past five years, Social Security trustees have said they would not be able a plan that was on track to meet its obligations in the next five years.
If that trend continues, it will take a lot longer for the government to raise the funds it needs to keep pensions in the black.
Social Security has been in this situation before.
In February, the Treasury told the trustees it was in the red, because the Social Labor Trustees were not meeting their obligations to the Social Benefit Trust Fund, which is the money that funds Social Security and other retirement benefits for workers.
The Federal Reserve said in February that the Social Work Trustees had to make $4.4 trillion in new payroll tax credits to pay down the Social Safety Net, a program that helps people with disabilities.
The trustees were already running out of time to pay that back, the Federal Reserve warned.
The problem is that the trust funds are already so overburdened that they are running out and there is not enough money left to pay them back.
The trustee system in place to help fund the retirement system was designed to last for 20 years.
But that’s no longer the case.
The pension funds aren’t going to get enough money from the Social Fund to cover their obligations.
And as the trust fund has to spend less money on the Social Benefits Trust Fund to keep Social Security in the system, it won’t be able pay its bills in full.
The Pension Protection Trust Fund has $4 billion in cash.
The Trustees also have $500 million in debt.
The other $4,000 million has already been used up.
The trust fund is the one place where the federal and state governments have the ability to borrow money to keep up with rising costs.
It is also the one area where the Social security trust fund can borrow money, but it’s not the only place where it can borrow.
The rest of the $4 million has to come from the treasury.
If Congress and the president decide to cut the Social Investment Trust Fund or raise taxes on people earning more than about $200,000, they will need to cut other programs, too.
The budget for the Social Welfare and Housing Trust Fund would go down in size.
The total amount of Social Welfare payments and housing payments that the federal treasury could borrow from the private sector would be reduced by $1.3 trillion.
And the total amount that the government could borrow would drop by $4-6 trillion.
Those savings would be a big hit to the federal deficit.
What is a Social Benefit Fund?
The Social Welfare Fund