Friday, January 13, 2017

New article: “Stabilizing Social Security without Raising Taxes”

Chuck Blahous of the Mercatus Center writes on Social Security reform for e21:

Reasonable people can and do make different value judgments about how best to stabilize Social Security finances.  But for those who want to avoid tax increases, who wish to correct problematic work disincentives, and who wish to protect low-wage workers while requiring those with higher incomes to bear the cost of achieving financial stability, the [Rep. Sam] Johnson proposal shows how these goals can be achieved.

Read the whole article here.

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