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They see investing some of Social Security in the market as the only way to eliminate the deficit. They say the deficit will soon increase with the baby boomers generation primed to retire in the next 12 years, and they believe the market is the country’s best bet to keep Social Security afloat. (Weisman) Others believe that just a few minor adjustments are needed to fix the problem. Ideas, such as the raising of maximum wages subject to a payroll tax and investing 15% of Social Security’s surplus in stocks, have been proposed to combine in the aid of eliminating the de... ... middle of paper ... ...e implemented in the younger American generation. This will save social security for its future recipients and create a better foundation for the upcoming generation.
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1040) rejects the entire income tax code and replaces it with a flat-rate income tax that treats all Americans equally. The flat rate would not be in full effect until its third year, with a 20 percent rate for the first two years and a 17 percent rate for following years. According to the advocates, this plan would break down the tax code, promote economic opportunity, and reinstate fairness and integrity to the tax system. Individuals and businesses would pay the same... ... middle of paper ... ...ay work if the flaws were worked out and the tax did treat everyone equal, but until then the current tax system seems to be a better choice. Bibliography: Works Cited Armey, Dick.
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While raising the minimum wage is done with good intentions, critics argue that a higher minimum wage will harm those it is actually trying to help. Raising the minimum wage, while a controversial issue, will have an overall economic impact that reaches not only minimum wage workers, but also to small businesses and to the prices of commodities. There is nothing new about raising minimum wage. Congress has raised the minimum wage five times over the past four decades alone in an effort to keep minimum wage up-to-date. Yet, inequality between workers has risen since the last decades of the 20th century (Parks 701).
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