“Now that tax reform is done, we’re going after entitlement reform, to tackle the debt and the deficit.” – Speaker Paul Ryan
Recently, Seniors and Retirees learned of new legislation on Capitol Hill to fight back against the Tax and Spend Congress who are driving Social Security into insolvency.
Legislation to EXPAND Social Security Benefits AND Give Seniors TAX BREAKS is Gaining Momentum! • Increased Benefits for All Social Security Beneficiaries • Larger, Guaranteed Cost-Of-Living Adjustments (COLAs) • Tax Breaks for 11 Million Social Security Recipients
Tying Our Social Security Benefits to the Debt Ceiling is WRONG! Our Benefits SHOULD NOT BE Held Hostage! H.R. 3423, “The Social Security Commission Act” is designed to tie Social Security REFORM (which means cuts to our benefits) with the government’s “debt ceiling” increase.
The Supreme Court has ruled that your Social Security benefits Are NOT guaranteed by law! And Congress has spent our benefits on pork barrel programs instead of keeping our Trust Fund reserves safe.
Tying our Social Security benefits to the debt ceiling is wrong. Our benefits should not be held hostage. We oppose H.R. 3423 the “Social Security Commission Act.”
An immediate, mid-year 3.9% COLA (to make up for January’s miserable 0.3% increase) and future Social Security COLAs calculated using the Senior-friendly CPI-E! The Senior Citizen Association of America (TSCAA) is endorsing emergency legislation that has just been introduced in Congress on June 13th 2017. When passed, H.R.2896 “The Fair COLA for Seniors Act” would Continue reading →
* Increased Benefits for all Eligible Social Security Recipients * Larger, Guaranteed Cost-of-Living-Adjustments (COLAs) * Tax Breaks for 11 Million Social Security Recipients * Ends the Attacks on Our Earned and Promised Benefits! Four months ago, Seniors and Retirees learned of new legislation on Capitol Hill to fight back against the Big Spenders in Congress Continue reading →
H.R. 991, Guaranteed 3% COLA ACT Introduced February 9, 2017 To require the establishment of a Consumer Price Index for Elderly Consumers to compute cost-of-living increases for Social Security benefits under title II of the Social Security Act and to provide, in the case of elderly beneficiaries under such title, for an annual cost-of-living increase Continue reading →