Social Security is funded through deductions to everyone’s paychecks. We pay in while we’re working, and then collect benefits when we retire but not everyone pays equally.
While 94% of American workers pay Social Security tax on every dollar in their paycheck, the very richest Americans stop paying Social Security taxes on taxable earnings over $132,900 but it does not have to be that way.
By simply requiring upper-income Americans to pay the same tax rate as middle-class families, Social Security's benefits could be expanded, and its funding would remain in balance for decades beyond the longest projections.198 signatures
Scrap the cap!
Require upper-income Americans to pay the same tax rate as the 94% of American working middle-class families that make less than $132,900 a year. This adjustment will keep Social Security solvent in perpetuity.
H.R. 8 is a bill that will require universal background checks for anyone purchasing a firearm.
This bipartisan bill is the first step forward to prevent gun violence in America.
Make sure this critical bill becomes law by becoming a citizen co-sponsor.104 signaturesAdd signature
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