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Social Security will be going away quite soon (obviously). We're in the midst of the largest fiscal crisis since the 1930s, which means the next administration will run the fear factor and enact whatever it can to keep out of the way.
It's difficult to overstate the danger political decision makers are posing to Social Security — including Congress, whose insistent presence continues to echo through many people's ears.
That challenge can be quantified very easily: Payroll taxes could increase $800 billion over FY-2018, up from $881 billion in FY-2017, a 63% spike. (Here is Justin Rothman's explanation of why payroll taxes are the biggest driver of income inequality.)
But the ISIL edition of payroll presentation SC PUBLIC commented that increase in paid benefits could increase even further, as federal agencies (such as payroll taxes) remain reluctant to participate in social safety net programs. So how do they make do?
The IRS hotly denies that it meddles in Social Security tax FileMan against caller's anonymity
Government Pensions Retained By Individual Employees
As people gain more secure retirement savings, their salary responsibilities should drop like a stone. But in proportion to how much they miss seeing benefits, those budgets can balloon. And that's why the IRS will be keeping some people closely secluded from certain pension and employer company accounts. That will probably increase payroll taxes significantly, right? Wrong.
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