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Yeah, yeah, we’ve heard it a million times. The Social Security Trust Fund will be depleted by the year 2034. After that, payroll taxes won’t be able to pay the promised amount and retirees will receive fewer benefits. Some want to kick the can down the road, saying this shortfall can be overcome “merely” by raising taxes and reducing benefits. But, what if there were a way to both increase government revenues (without raising taxes) and increase retiree benefits?

Christopher Carosa

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