Congress has been debating over the issue of disability insurance reform for decades now, but instead of developing a solution that offers meaningful reform, they continuously reallocate funds from other government programs, such as Social Security. In Fact, a budget deal that was just recently decided is set to borrow approximately $150 billion from the Social Security trust fund over the next three years to keep the Disability Insurance (DI) trust fund from becoming depleted. While a solution like this might prove to keep the disability insurance program solvent temporarily, Americans should remember that a more permanent solution needs to be in the future.