President Bush has made Social Security reform a priority for his second term in office. The president proposes securing the retirement program for the future by creating personal or private accounts, and among other initiatives, diverting payroll taxes to individual investment accounts.
The president has embarked on a 60-day, 60-stop tour of the nation to talk about the issue with Americans. Throughout his speeches and discussions about Social Security, the president has referred to the Thrift Savings Plan, which is part of the retirement program for federal employees.
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