The Platform to Revitalize America purports to:
Additionally, the proposal promises to:
Sen. Paul proposes to eliminate the following:
Sen. Paul’s budget provides a number of incentives to increase investment. By allowing Americans and businesses to keep more of their money, the sponsors hope to quicken the pace of deleveraging, allowing the economy to find its equilibrium, facilitating growth and employment. As a major tax reform initiative, the budget proposes a 17 percent flat tax for individuals and corporations.
Some major changes in the Social Security program are also included in Sen. Paul’s budget proposal; including a gradual increase in the retirement age and progressive indexing. The budget also includes reform of Medicare through the Congressional Health Care for Seniors Act. This reform will provide seniors with better health care at a lower cost to the senior and to the taxpayers. Seniors will receive the same health insurance as their Members of Congress, at lower out-of-pocket cost.
Other changes in Social Security include:
Review Sen. Paul’s Platform to Revitalize America:
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