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Flashback to 1983

Yesterday marked the 35th anniversary of the Social Security Amendments of 1983. Among other adjustments, this legislation ushered in the taxation of Social Security benefits, a move designed to generate additional income for the program. The changes also called for extension of the full retirement age, and compelled new federal employees to participate in Social Security. Read this Benzinga.con post by Wayne Duggan for more on the subject… 


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