NCPA Media: News Release
Jan 27, 1998
Workers of the Future Will Spend Two-Thirds of Their Paychecks to Cover Social Security and Medicare for Today's 20-Year-Olds
When today's 20-year-olds reach retirement age, their government retirement benefits may consume as much as two out of every three dollars earned by the people still working.
Jan 26, 1998
A marriage tax penalty results when a married couple pays more taxes by filing jointly than they would pay if each spouse could file as a single.
Jan 23, 1998
With the President poised to sell America an expanded Medicare plan without a clear vision of how to maintain the current system or solve Social Security's anticipated $10 trillion long-term gap.
Jan 21, 1998
"The Paycheck Fairness Act is the second-best solution to the problem of unions abusing workers' paychecks."
Jan 19, 1998
National Center for Policy Analysis' Senior Fellow Morgan Reynolds will testify before a House subcommittee Wednesday on the Paycheck Fairness Act.