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Who Took My Money
Sep 15, 2020 21:33:08   #
Oldsailor65 Loc: Iowa
 
Who Took My Money



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Sep 15, 2020 21:38:56   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
Oldsailor65 wrote:
Who Took My Money


Actually in 1952 Social Security money was invested in the Stock Market.
Needless to say the market tanked and all was “Lost”.

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Sep 15, 2020 21:55:38   #
JFlorio Loc: Seminole Florida
 
Milosia2 wrote:
Actually in 1952 Social Security money was invested in the Stock Market.
Needless to say the market tanked and all was “Lost”.


You are absolutely clueless.

https://www.ssa.gov/history/InternetMyths2.html

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Sep 16, 2020 13:54:12   #
FallenOak Loc: St George Utah
 
Milosia2 wrote:
Actually in 1952 Social Security money was invested in the Stock Market.
Needless to say the market tanked and all was “Lost”.


1952 was an election year. Harry Truman (D) was President. Ike became President on Jan. 20, 1953. If your trying to prove the team you dislike was to blame you missed this time. Understand both teams are bad we need an new team without members from the two that have created this hate fest we are in today

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Sep 16, 2020 14:01:06   #
FallenOak Loc: St George Utah
 
Oldsailor65 wrote:
Who Took My Money


You know of course that #2 is correct only if you are an employee. The employer must match that so the payment is closer to 15%. If you are self employed the cost is closer to 15%. Government program at its best. Paid quarterly. They don't want you to die before you have paid your unfair share.

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Sep 16, 2020 19:35:55   #
teabag09
 
FallenOak wrote:
You know of course that #2 is correct only if you are an employee. The employer must match that so the payment is closer to 15%. If you are self employed the cost is closer to 15%. Government program at its best. Paid quarterly. They don't want you to die before you have paid your unfair share.


The 7.5% is not paid by the employer because that is money that would have been paid directly to the employee if it wasn't mandated by the government. Mike

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Sep 16, 2020 21:38:33   #
Auntie Dee
 
teabag09 wrote:
The 7.5% is not paid by the employer because that is money that would have been paid directly to the employee if it wasn't mandated by the government. Mike


MAYBE! Maybe not, there would be no particular incentive to pay more to the employee!

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Sep 16, 2020 21:42:05   #
Auntie Dee
 
Milosia2 wrote:
Actually in 1952 Social Security money was invested in the Stock Market.
Needless to say the market tanked and all was “Lost”.


The stock market did not "tank" in 1952 and no SS money was invested! You always come up with the most ridiculous posts!

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Sep 16, 2020 21:47:20   #
Oldsailor65 Loc: Iowa
 
Auntie Dee wrote:
The stock market did not "tank" in 1952 and no SS money was invested! You always come up with the most ridiculous posts!


ridiculous posts.........Antie you're being too kind...ridiculous lies is more accurate.

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Sep 17, 2020 19:48:01   #
TrueAmerican
 
Milosia2 wrote:
Actually in 1952 Social Security money was invested in the Stock Market.
Needless to say the market tanked and all was “Lost”.


Have you always been this ignorant ??????

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Sep 17, 2020 19:59:22   #
JFlorio Loc: Seminole Florida
 
TrueAmerican wrote:
Have you always been this ignorant ??????


Judging by her various answers on a multitude of threads; yes.

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Sep 17, 2020 20:00:17   #
Oldsailor65 Loc: Iowa
 
TrueAmerican wrote:
Have you always been this ignorant ??????


That's just the way liberals are. They have a more dangerous affliction than COVOID19.

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