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  • Social Security Reform - 1,108 words
    Social Security Reform A little over 60 years ago the nation struggled through what was, up to then, the most dramatic crisis since the Civil War. The economy was uprooted after the crash of the stock market and the country's financial stability destroyed. One of the many steps taken to alleviate the burden on the American people was that of the passing of Social Security Act of 1935 and its amendments by Congress and the President, Franklin D. Roosevelt. Under the provisions of the Act, the government would take on the responsibility of taxing the income of all working Americans and returning the money through numerous public benefits and programs. Now the nation faces an economic and polit ...
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  • Social Security Reform - 1,101 words
    ... uce them or are politically apprehensive. These proposals include, but are not limited to, privatization of social security in stocks, Personal Security Accounts (PSAs), raising taxes - lowering benefits, Cost of Living Adjustments (COLAs), and abolishment of many Social Security benefits. The most controversial and popular proposition offered has been that of privatization of some parts of the social security system. By this approach the government would invest 40% of the Social Security surplus into Wall Street on numerous private and public stocks. This would give Rose 4 the Administration "a $1.3 trillion stake in Corporate America by 2020" (McNamee, How We Should...). This system wo ...
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  • Election 2000 - 1,471 words
    Election 2000 Election 2000 Abortion, gun control, and social security reform are issues that everyone has an opinion on. Including politicians. Despite the pressures to be en vogue and stay in the public favor, these issues require Ralph Nader, Al Gore and George Bush to take a stand. Abortion takes into account moral, as well as social concerns. And, the question of governments power in influencing or dictating policies that affect those concerns. Social security, is a serious aspect of a growing number of elderly persons, as well as young professionals daily realities, and their election decisions. Ask any working American, the monies being siphoned out of their weekly paychecks with the ...
    Related: election, party system, vice president, federal government, promise
  • Problems In Chinas Economy - 1,697 words
    Problems In China`S Economy Problems In Chinas Economy And Their Solutions Today, at the turn of the century, the Peoples Republic of China who has a history of over 5000 years is facing a very important choice. After the revolution of 1949,new China has devoted himself to improving his peoples living condition, and developing the economy. Although we encountered some difficulties on the way of development, we still make a rapid progress in many fields, such as, we have already solve the problems of how to feed a forth of the world population which seems impossible and difficult to the developed countries, our country has already become an important power in the world not only politically bu ...
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  • Social Security - 310 words
    Social Security Social Security indeed should be invested to the stock market, by the willing tax payer of course. The idea of privatizing a public pension system is not new. When properly implemented, it is fairly successful. As far as the problem with social security, it is one where one's retirement benefits are up to the willingness of future workers to be taxed for the purpose of social security. Benefits of social security are low, and in the future the benefits received could be even lower. Social security is fundamentally flawed. It is pay as you go system, simple economics. The funds invested for social security are not invested for present or future retiree's. When the time comes f ...
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  • Social Security Tax System - 1,055 words
    ... sted in 2034, Americans must invest elsewhere, in order to secure a financial stable retirement. One way to secure a financial stable retirement at a low risk investment is by securing physical property. By investing in physical property, an investor would have physical equity instead of electronic. This physical equity would create a low risk investment, even if the roof caved in on Wall Street, the investor would have something physical to lay claim too. However, a draw back to securing physical property is personal time; the investor either has to hire a property consultant/manager or become one. Another draw back to securing physical property is the fact that property markets are jus ...
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  • Solutions For Social Security - 1,046 words
    Solutions For Social Security Social Security is a hot topic of debate today, since most American's believe that the system is near collapse. The trust fund that Americans have been paying into for Social Security is likely to dry up in 2029 due to the large number of baby boomers heading into retirement. Franklin Roosevelt set up Social security to help the people that had worked and Struggled all their lives in honest toil. Social security was set up to accomplish two main goals. The first goal of Social Security is to act as a disability or life insurance policy that protects almost all Americans. Currently, there are seven million survivors of deceased workers and four million disabled A ...
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  • The 2000 Presidential Election - 1,936 words
    The 2000 Presidential Election Every four years it takes place. Us Americans do it. People fought hard for us to have this right. What is it? It's the right to vote. This year happens to be the year of the 2000 presidential election. With what could be the closest election in the history of the United States there are many issues that surround the election. Us Americans are going to vote for whomever we think is going to do the best job of solving these issues. However, before we get to the issues we must first get to the two presidential hopefuls that have a chance to win. The two presidential hopefuls that have a chance to win are Al Gore and George W. Bush. George W. Bush as opposed to Al ...
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  • Turkish Banking Sector Analysis - 4,583 words
    ... the same period of the previous year, the total assets of the Turkish banking system grew by 88 percent in nominal terms and reached TL 42,896 trillion by the end of March 1999. Within the commercial banks groups, the growth rates were 90 percent for both state-owned banks and foreign banks and 95 percent for privately owned banks, while the total assets of the banks under the Deposit Insurance Fund increased only by 24 percent. A slow growth of 57 percent was observed in the development and investment banks. Turkish Banking System, March 1999 TL Trillion Annual per. Change USD Million Annual per. change Dec. 1998 per. change Commercial banks 40,933 90 111,417 25 -1 State-owned 14,549 9 ...
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