A retirement expert argues that common-sense adjustments could eliminate Social Security's shortfall and take it out of the upcoming fiscal policy debate.
Middle-class taxpayers avoided an income tax increase in the fiscal cliff budget deal, but the Social Security payroll tax will be higher for everyone.
Some say the cost-of-living adjustments to Social Security are too generous and should be reduced.
Americans were generally content with across-the-board tax rates during the 1950s and '60s that were far higher than tax rates today.
Life spans have increased, but some say raising the Social Security retirement age is not fair for all seniors.
Members of the two major U.S. political parties have distinctly different visions for 401k's, Social Security and Medicare.
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