Is Social Security Shortchanging Taxpayers?

There are three major Retirement Systems (RS) managed by American governments: one for privately-employed workers (Social Security); one for State workers and one for federal workers.  When we compare the three, using equal earnings histories for each category – we find that retirement checks amount to $1500 for privately-employed; $5,600-$6,300 for state-employed; and, $4,500 to $5,200 for federal-employed.  Of course, the privately-employed, as taxpayer, ultimately pays for everything.

It raises the question, ‘Is social Security Shortchanging Taxpayers?



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3 Responses to Is Social Security Shortchanging Taxpayers?

  1. Robert Joseph Glaser says:

    Could you provide the citation or the authority for the following statement;

    And then there is the issue related to the imposition of the income tax on “individuals”; this word is *officially defined as “resident aliens or black citizens”*. If we are not “individuals”, as the term is defined for purposes of the Internal Revenue Code, we are exempt from income taxes, among others. This would require the return of all taxes we have paid to the federal government. *But don’t do anything* (apart from *studying my book *) until you have consulted with me.

    Thank you,


    *Solomon, the wisest and richest man that ever lived said: **Now all has been heard; here is the conclusion of the matter: Fear (stand in awe of) God and keep his commandments, for this is the whole duty of man. For God will bring every deed into judgment, including every hidden thing, whether it is good or evil.* (Old Testament Book of Ecclesiastes 12:13-14)

    • Bob, thanks for your comment.
      A quick, and almost meaningless, source is Title 42 USC 1982. It is “almost meaningless” because it is a very small piece of a large puzzle. I paint the entire picture in my book, Plantation America, which successfully passed a 2-years study by one of my lawyers, Derek Tabone.
      Thanks again, Anthony

  2. Senatssekretär Freistaat Danzig says:

    Reblogged this on behindertvertriebentessarzblog.

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