Social Security has a large and growing surplus and eligible Americans will continue to receive benefits for decades to come.

So says a projection by the Strengthen Social Security Campaign of what the 2012 Social Security Trustees Report, which is due out on April 23, will reveal.

According to the Campaign—which is co-chaired by Nancy Altman, a former assistant to Alan Greenspan's bipartisan commission whose recommendations formed the basis of the Social Security Amendments of 1983—with "modest legislated increases in revenue," eligible Americans can count on receiving Social Security benefits "for the next century and beyond."

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