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Tuesday, January 08, 2013

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Nick Ossetian

Income limits originally were capped because benefits are capped. The person making $200,000 gets the same SS retirement benefit as the person making $113,000. That said, since our nation is not prospering economically or demographically there is impetus to increase FICA contributions by uncapping income limits without uncapping benefit limits.

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