Lessons on Social Security

Hijinx

Well-Known Member
Do they still give you a paper card?

My new Medicare card is still paper.

Can't the Government afford a machine that puts out plastic cards?
 

BOP

Well-Known Member
I still have the file copy of the one I got in 1970-something. Says right on the bottom of the card that it's not to be used for identification.
 

transporter

Active Member
BOP....you are posting a a Facebook post as factual information?!?!?

And you all wonder why I call all of you uninformed and stupid???

So, dumbass, the limit on income that is applicable to SS tax is $132k not $90.

And, you may want to read this: https://www.ssa.gov/history/InternetMyths2.html

As for "Taxation of your Social Security annuity":

The taxation of Social Security began in 1984 following passage of a set of Amendments in 1983, which were signed into law by President Reagan in April 1983. These amendments passed the Congress in 1983 on an overwhelmingly bi-partisan vote.
So congratulations, you fail on every level. No wonder comrade GURPS post on here 20 times a day. He such such a gullible audience to cultivate.
 
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