Social Security is supposed to provide a retirement benefit for seniors and people living below the poverty line.
But when the economy has been good, it’s not always that way.
The Social Security program is still the largest program in the United States and the only one that has a retirement age.
But the president’s proposal to cut it is raising eyebrows.
The idea is to change the way the program is financed.
We’re not going to be able to continue the retirement benefits that have been in place for over 50 years.
The president wants to keep Social Security solvent for 20 more years, and there’s a growing consensus in the Republican Party that that’s not an acceptable alternative.
It’s one of the biggest changes in the plan that has come out of the conference.
Here’s what you need to know.
What’s the plan?
It’s called a plan to make sure Social Security stays solvent for at least 20 more generations.
That’s a pretty big change from previous proposals, which proposed changing the program’s financing.
The plan, called the “Path Forward” plan, would change Social Security’s funding formula and also remove its solvency guarantees.
It would replace Social Security with a new, more conservative system, which would put the onus on the federal government to raise the retirement age to 70 or 75.
It also would cut the benefits for workers in high-income households and reduce the number of people eligible for tax breaks.
What does the plan include?
The proposal includes several provisions that are generally accepted by experts and politicians.
The first is the idea of a “negative gearing” system, where investors can get an interest rate on their assets that is lower than the rate they pay on their debts.
This is often referred to as the “Buffett Rule,” and it allows people to get their money back in a short period of time.
This plan would give investors the option to do that.
If investors take advantage of the negative gearing system, they could get an additional 5% in their income tax return over the life of their investment.
This would allow them to defer paying their taxes for decades.
The second proposal is to remove a special tax break for people who earn more than $1 million per year, and replace it with a higher-income tax credit for those earning between $30,000 and $50,000.
This has been called the Buffett Rule, and it has been around for a number of years.
But it was originally aimed at those making between $250,000 to $500,000, and has been phased out.
The third proposal would expand the refundable portion of the tax break that currently only applies to couples earning $200,000 per year.
This increase would extend it to everyone.
The fourth proposal is a new plan to allow people to deduct their state and local taxes from their federal taxes, a change that would raise an estimated $1.6 trillion over 10 years.
In addition to these proposals, the plan includes a tax credit to reduce the amount of tax that people pay.
That would raise about $300 billion over the next decade.
The Republican plan is also expected to include several new tax breaks for businesses.
It proposes to repeal the estate tax, which has been in effect since the 1940s, and the Alternative Minimum Tax, which is a tax that applies to businesses that have earned more than they pay in taxes.
The last one is a temporary, temporary tax credit, which could be worth up to $1,000 for the first year and $2,000 the next year.
And it would allow some taxpayers to deduct part of their tax liability when they file their taxes.
Who is sponsoring this plan?
There are three main groups backing this plan: conservative groups, unions, and individuals.
It has support from many in the House of Representatives and in the Senate, but it hasn’t yet won over Republican leaders.
It could still face an uphill battle, though.
There are also more than a dozen states that are opposed to the plan.
That includes Michigan, which the president says he would like to work with to make the plan more palatable to their constituents.
Here are some of the other groups that are backing the plan: Americans for Prosperity, which wants to use the plan as a template for legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare.