Does This Solution Really Make Sense?

An article on makes the case that there are solid ideas in the Social Security 2100 Act, which has the intent of keeping Social Security up and running past its scheduled ‘insolvency’ in 2033. You can read the article right here. One of the ideas that Jamie Hopkins is firmly behind is the proposed tax increase over nineteen years from its current 6.2% rate to 7.2%.   Of course this completely neglects the over 80 million younger Americans, many of whom do not want to be further taxed into this mess, and simply want the chance to opt out and take their money back.



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