Social Security is a social insurance system for the elderly.
But for a long time, it’s been struggling to keep up with the growing number of retirees, including younger ones.
The US is home to some of the most senior citizens in the world.
According to the Pew Research Center, nearly 30% of people over 65 are either retired or disabled.
And for the first time in decades, the number of people age 65 and older living alone is on the rise.
So, why are older Americans struggling to access social security and how can the government help?
Social Security is one of the few social security programs that’s funded through payroll taxes.
But it’s also one of its least popular programs.
According to the US Census Bureau, the Social Security trust fund, or SSA, is underfunded by $6.5 trillion.
That’s because it relies on payroll taxes, which are the money paid by workers to their employers for Social Security payments.
With the SSA underfunded, it has a huge number of workers eligible for payroll taxes and thus the ability to pay for benefits.
In the past, the SDAF paid about 15% of payroll taxes collected by the federal government.
But this year, it is expected to pay less than 2% of the $8.6 trillion SSA was supposed to collect.
When the SAAF was established in 1965, Congress created a special fund for Social Safety Insurance.
But the SFAF has grown to cover more than half of the SSS’ annual cost, with the other half going to states.
Today, the total cost of the Social Safety fund is $4.3 trillion, according to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
But how is it paid for?
According a new study from the Center for Retirement Research at Georgetown University, Congress can’t raise taxes to cover the SPAF’s costs.
That’s because the Social Protection Act of 1974 requires the SSPB to raise taxes on some income to fund the program.
This means that Congress can only raise taxes if it also raises payroll taxes from the federal treasury.
For every $1 of payroll tax revenue raised, the federal Treasury has to pay $1.80 in payroll taxes to the SSEF.
Congress could also raise payroll taxes for other purposes, such as unemployment benefits.
But that would require a significant increase in federal spending.
What could the government do to address the issue?
It’s important to understand that there are several different ways the government could raise payroll tax revenues.
First, the Federal Reserve could use its control of interest rates to increase revenue.
That would raise funds in the economy to pay down Social Security’s debt.
However, the Fed does not have a mandate to raise payroll or payroll taxes specifically for the SSEA.
Second, the Obama Administration could try to change the Social Service Tax Law to create an incentive for companies to bring back full-time employees, which would also increase revenue to the government.
Third, the White House could enact a program to expand Social Security benefits to the aged.
And finally, the US government could increase the payroll tax to cover Social Security costs.
This would create a tax cut for many people, particularly older people.
Would you like to see a change in the Social Services Law?