Reduced payroll tax has ramifications for Social Security

12/7/2011 | National Public Radio (text and audio)

Extending the payroll-tax cut could undermine Social Security's solvency, some experts and policymakers say. Social Security revenues fell by $105 billion because of this year's payroll-tax holiday. Some worry that a proposed extension would fundamentally change the way Social Security is financed, even if revenues are temporarily replaced.

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