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Running head Revamping Our Future Social Security Revamping Our Future Social Security Tax System Jon Anderson Sandra Padilla Michael Peay Abstract This paper will discuss the current United States Social Security Tax system the purpose of that system and our goal for selecting this topic Also it will explain our analysis of its current standing different ideas about what to change in our current standing to secure and guarantee a strong future for it We will conclude by recommending the best course to accomplish this goal Contents Abstract2 Contents3 Title4 Current USA Social Security Tax System4 Low Risk Investment7 High Risk Investment8 Graph Social Security Tax Increases9 ConclusionRecommendations11 References12 Revamping Our Social Security Tax System to Secure its future Current USA Social Security Tax System Social Security has been around for more than 60 years It has been an important part of American life It was created in 1935 shortly after the great depression Social Security was created to be a protection for the American people against the hazards of unemployment old age and ill health Today Social Security not only provides minimum protection for the retired worker it also provides benefits for workers and their families due to death of a family wage earner or loss of income due to disability Today there are about 150 million workers who are protected by social security more than 44 million receive retirement survivors and disability benefits form social security American wage earners and their families are protected by social security and they pay taxes to help make the system work There are two philosophies Social Security bases its payments on First the system is designed so that there
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