April 18th, 2011|
April 18, 2011
Three Republican senators have released a plan to save Social Security benefits without raising taxes.
They said it would be beneficial to raise the retirement age from 67 to 70 by 2031 and slowly reduce Social Security benefits for workers whose average lifetime income is $43,000 or higher, according to theweek.com.
They say it would keep the program solvent and cut public debt by $6.2 trillion by 2085.
Do you think this is an effective plan to save Social Security benefits? What changes do you think need to be made?
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March 25th, 2011|
March 25, 2011
According to washingtonpost.com, Democrats are split on whether to take on safety net programs, such as social security benefits.
Some Democratic lawmakers say they are willing to consider controversial measures such as raising the retirement age and reducing Social Security benefits for wealthier seniors as part of a compromise with Republicans.
Republicans are looking to cut spending on programs, such as Social Security, and stabilize them for future generations.
What do you think is the best solution for Social Security benefits? How do you think political parties should compromise?
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