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Mon, Dec. 03 2012 07:43 AM EDT

Step Back From the Fiscal Cliff

By Gordon C. Boronow
According to the 2012 Social Security Trustees Report, benefit payments under Social Security are 36% higher than what is provided for by the scheduled Social Security tax rates. This is only one example of the fiscal irresponsibility we have allowed our leaders to engage in. Fortunately, at least for Social Security, the deficit problem is fixable in an equitable way, with minimal damage to the economy. (A link to this page will be included in your message. )

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