March 17, 2011
A recent poll shows more Americans would rather see cuts in Social Security benefits than seeing cuts to state budgets, ABC News reports.
Those who took the poll believe the cuts in state budgets would have more detrimental effects that cutting Social Security benefits.
The biggest opposition included making cuts to firefighters and education and adding state income taxes where they don’t exist in some states.
As far as collecting money for Social Security benefits, the poll found a majority of Americans support collecting taxes on all the money a worker earns, and not just the first $107,000. Another large percentage support trimming early-retirement benefits.
Do you think there should be cuts to state budgets or to Social Security benefits? Do you think either is fair?
If you need help getting Social Security benefits you deserve to get your life back on track, the Social Security lawyers at Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin can help.
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